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To the Boys 
and Girls 



"Che Puizler Is here, call In and set 
one before they ar« all gone. 
■ Campb«ira Prescription Store. 
We are prompt ami careful. 



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COAL 



HALL & WAbKEH 

Wellington GoUlery Co. Coal 



IStt aovemnunt Bt 



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VOL-.-CIILNa205. 



VICTORIA, B. C, WEpNESDAY,.iUGUST3,1910. 



TWENTY PAGES 



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ARTISTIC 
BRASS WAR 



THE KIND THAT 
= PLEASES = 

Our windows are reflcqtitig some exquisite ex- 
amples of artistic' Brassware. In this assortment you 
will find many useful articles, sucli as Ink Stands, Ink 
Wells", Eern Pots, Candle Sticks, Paper^anclEnvelope 
Holders, Trays, etc,- 

^ The finish is prihefpaHy a beautiful soft satin, 
which will readilv appeal to all lovers of things beauti- 
ful, while you wil4~aJso find n grept-many polished 
pieces. Better come in and Jet ji§ show theii^tQ you^ 
We consider it a pleas ure to do , so whether you pur- 
chase or not. • " ■" ' 



"^'PEACE RBGNS 




Company OfKcers and Sriking 
Employees Reach Agree- 
ment and Strike is Officialiy 
Called Off 



WAGE ADVANCE 

DATES TO MAY 13 



Rate to be Further Raised On 
January '1st, '1912, to Nearly 
Schedule of Eastern Asso- 
ciation 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 



Jewellers 



1017. Government Street 



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Big Bar gains fr om Auck- 
land, New Zealand 

Everyone living; out at. camp or cottag:e should stock some of 
tlicsc spiendid goods — as economical a.s they are tasty: 

■■"l Soup Per Large OC^ 
•"••( Quart Tin - ^^^ 



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Kidney, Oxtai! 

Mulligatawny. . . . . — . . 

Mock Turtle, Gravy, etc 

i'ri,p«i, per tin ....... ».2Sq 

Stewed Kidneys, tin ....25c 

Slewed Ox T^tl7ti n-. . .:.2 5c 
Roast Beef, 2-'lb. tin ...25c 
Boiled B.gef, ^-1&. tm ^T^sc" 



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Ox Cheek, 3 - IBi : ^ tin 



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OT T.\W A, August 2.— Tlio strike of 
conductors, trainmou and yardmen 
which began on the Graird Trunk and 
Central yermont syalems on July 18, 
was oftlcially called oft tonight. 

Under the terms of the asrpemcht 
sign ed by President Huy.s, for the rail- 
roads, and by all the imion oflFlclals, 
the men will receive, dating back to 
May 13, of this year, an advance of ap- 
proximately 18 per cent., and begin- 
nings January 1, 1912, a rite of wages 
slightly below the eastern association 
schedule, for which they struck, but 
an advance in maiiy instances of ov^r 
30' per cent. 

In the case of the Central Vernioiit 
the, same settlement applies, with the 
exception that the.^tiindardlzation rf 
wages - to be applied on January 1, 
J I*ne,-J8 t" be that of the Rutland Rail- 
way, a road in the same territory, and 
not that of th«?' CariJidlan Paclflc, %vhich : 
will only apply to pe Grand Trunk 
system. ■ | 

WANT 'mm 

_ 10 FIGHI FIRES 



of acroH of unappropriated lands which 
wern, eliminated from national foruat* 
and rtiMiorecl to the publlt^ domain by 
iliii'VecenL proclamation of Preuldent 
Taft, wUl be thrown opttn to homoatoaU 
siUtrfment entry this fall. The lands 
are located In Colorado, .Vew Moxleo. 
Wa.sl\liigton, OrnBon. VHali and Wyo- 
luiiiK. The 8801-i'tary ban a|.«fo restort d 
tu .seUleiiionl, on October 1:2, and to en- 
try Qn IMoveinber 21, about, !t,2:i0 acrei? 
ill' tlie. Great' KaMK,- -ftton'- 'and distitct. 

'fhii dalcH of oponintf of some lurfSt 
liindH, loKt'tber with the e.tti;iu of tlie 
area are as follows: In Waslilngtoni 
Kaiuicr national foretit. O.niO acros, in 
Kitltaa county, very Uttla of which Is 
uuuppropriiAtcd; KanlUnu nullonul for- 
CMt, K,u84 acres, In Stovcns ooimty; •(:!,- 
6Bt> acres in Olj^maKan and I'"orry coun- 
tle,■^^ about., pne-thlrd of which is unap- 
pioprluled. 

In Oregon, subject to settlement Oc- 
tober 22, and to entry November 21; 
Umatilla, 69,53 6 acres; Dea Ctiules, IH.- 
152 acres: Maoheur, ' 4,17f) acres; iWhit- 
man, 6,756 acres. ' and Wullowa 203,:t:!5 
acres. ^ 

The ollmlnated acres are scattered 
along the borders^ of the.sojorosts In the 
northeaalorn part of the state in Wheel- 
er, Cook, Grant, tTmatlUa, Wallowa and, - 
Baker counties.' ' .' ~ ' 

Utah, subject to aetllement October 
22, and lo^entry November 21: Mini- 
doka national fore.-st, 25.170 acres. _ In 
Box Eifler county, all of which Is chief- 
ly unappropriated. 

Idaho, -subject to- «ettlement October 
22.'*"^tid to entry November 21: Mini- 
doka, 72,162 acres, Caribou 33,172 acres. 
Pocatent) 22.235 acres. "The" eliminated 
areas are largely unappropriated, and 
consist of scattered tracts In the south- 
eastern part of the state in Brigham. 
Bannock. Bear Lake. Casia, Twin Kails 
and Oneida counties. 

Wyoming: Subject~tS^ settlement Oc 
tober 22. and to entry 
Caribou, 772 acres and Targheo 5.480 
acres. The eliminated areas ' are In 
Uintah county and are chiefly 
veyed and unappropriated. 



FACaONGWAH 

IF 





Dr. Crippen and ^ Miss Leneve 
Must Spend 'Two Weeks 
- Until Legal Proceedings Are 
.Complete 



cation of the hip yesterday by Dr. 
Harrv Korbes of Los Angeles, is rap'- 
idiv Improving, and those in altend- 
fincJi rt>iKirtfd to the convention today 
that the afrceied ' leg of the iialleiU 
had been lengthened an inch and a 
lialf by the liloodU-p.s surgicul opera- 
tii.iii. ' , ,, 



GIRL'S CONDITION 

IS IMPROVED 



Scotland_ Yard Detective Sttys 
He Is Convinced of Her In- 
nocence — Tries to SHield 
Dr, Crippen 



QUBiBKi'. .v.^;. -. -Dr. Crippen ,amL 
Miss Leneve, the two prisoners .who 
have focussed the eyes of the world 
on this old city, slept lust night the 
sleep of exhaustion following^the or- 

tJeal of the preceding hours. They ^'''''^'"'"•■''■^'."rr" Vo'nVXTftV "of "debt 
now face two weeks or more of mon«- ^t.^t-^^«..*^^.debt J.^^^^^^^^^^ 



otonous waiting. 

^,,__,„_.™.^-_^i4^-..TJtiere will be na m o re nlfig a l . 
N<r\'emher ^sir-T^ - • 



unsur- 



Haricot Mutton, 2-lb. tin 25c 

Corned Beef, 6-lb. tin ..66c 

5-lb. tin .............50c 

' 5"^b; tin • . .v-PT-i;;^^;.-.^. ^256 



DIXI H. ROSS & CO. 

Independent Grocers:, 1317 Government Street 
Tels. 50, 51, 52 - - - - Liquor Dept. Tei. 1590 







Fair Harvest Returns Now Ex- 
pected in Places on Prairies 
Where Wheat Was Sup- 
posed to be Ruined 



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in- Footwear from us, yaa get the best, that tliere^ 
is for the money you pay» This means a good deal 
to a fafnily— it meins clear economy. 



McCandless Bros. & Gathcart 

55.5 jQhnson Street - Victoria, B. C. 

Positively No Credit 



Fkfoes H n Montaha and, f^ho 

" " T-oresIsTooi/Tueh to r P-fes- 
ent force — Now Getting Be- 
yond Control 



►yPINNIPEO, Aulr. a.-rThe first Instal- 
ment of tHe"Free Press annual crop re- 
port shows conditions to be fairly fa- 
vorable. The yield In Brandon district 



BUTTE, Mont. Aug,. N^.r-JJlstrlct 
forest supervisor Mason, WTOse head- 
quarters are at Anaconda, statcii today 
that he would suggest to the rarest 
authorities that an appeal. Ije mad . 
once to the war department to a.s3l„-^ 
regular troops to fight thaJlorest fl^es 
inSlohtana and Idaho, which are rap- 
idly getting beyond controL It is un- 
derstood that there is no existing prb"- 
vision for such use of tli6 army, but 
it is believed the secretary of ^'ar 
might order out the troops, Tn"v 
the emergency. It i.s almost imp- 
to ..secure laufflcleht citizens "to fill tlic 
rariks 'of the scores of companies of 



Ings in the case until August 8, when 
they will have anollier purely forrnal 
a^ipearance in court to give them a 
last opportunity of demanding a writ 
of. habeas corpus or any other form of 
legal relief to which they may feel 
themselves entitled, Unless they change 
their expressed intentions, neither will 
apply for a writ or interfere in any 
way with the methods adopted by the 
police to get them bjickto England. 

So far as the province of CJuebcc is 
concerned, ^egal -proceedings'! are prac- 
tically closed. The official /ilocuments 
regarding the arrest of the couple and 
their interrogation by Judges I-<a«ge- 
lier and Angers of the court of special 
sessions we're forwarded Uist n ight to 
Ottawa for the - ' ''"■ S-'>\- 

ernor-general. 

The, color is beginnlMK lu return to 
Miss Leneve's face and this morning- 
the matron at the jail hospital said she 
looked a trifle les.s forlorn than when 
she .was taken „ttiei:<s^ yesterday after- 
noon from the house,.-of , Chief Detec- 
tive McCarthy. ' MlHsfl^neye, who left 
the Montrose in garments lent to her 
by the shlji's stewalrdess, 1vas\ today 
irappliud Svith a new \Vhltc di^ess.lwhich 
Improved h-er _^ai>peflr.ince. j ■■ 

Crippen, taciturn, aiul seeming toT a 
considerable extent to have recovered 
his composure, has volunteered no- 



Available Grain Supplies 
NKW , Y.ORK, AuKUst -'.—Special 
(■.mIjIb and teh.'graphic /co'mmunleitlions 
received by Bradstreet's show the fol- 
JowhTg' changes In available supi)iic.s 
as compared with prevlou.s ac'-ounts;. 
Available .account, wlicat ea.yt4.>f Hoyk- 
ics, United atates, . incroH.Hcd a.iir.ri.OOO 
biishejrt. Canada, d<!crea»ed 0135,000 
biishefs. ^'Total, ■; UnlK-d .states and 
Canada, -increased U.tiOO.OOU \.buahel,y. 
Alloat fin- and in Kuroi)e, lu'cri-aHed 
2,:{00,000 bUHhcl.H. Total Annu'iciui und 
Kiiropean .supply Increased 4,yOU,0o0 
buf^hels . Corn, -Unlti'd fitat<.'.s and 
Canada. decreased 162,000 bushels. 
OatH,. irn'iled States and' Canada, In- 
rrea.sed 44;;,000 busHelS- 

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— Toe Gans On Way Home 
'--'AiDBUQirKllQU'K, New Mexico. Aug. 
2.— Joe Cans, aceiTrnpunied by his'wife 
and a physician, passed through 
Albuqueniue tonight, apparently in a 
dving cqndltion. The once famou.s 
fighter is making an effort to reach hi.s 
heme in Baitimore.'xVIadrld, alive. By 
the use of Oxygen, the doctor exptnjts 
to bring his patient through. 
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U. 8. National Debt 

WASHlN-GTe>-.\\ Aug. I'.— The lin.,! 
figures of the statement of the public 
-diibL issued today discloses -that at the 
cltisfi. of July the aggregate" of interest 
bearing and non-interest bearing debt 
was $1,296,436,833,' a decrease of $u06,- 
136 as compared with a month -ag<*v 
This total, includes $913,315,490 of In- 
t«w*Bt..toeitsiil«;.^debt, $2,074,105 of deb* 
xm. which interest has ceased since ma 
turlty, and $381,04i5,238 of debt bearing 
treasury notes, offset by an equal 
ainount Vf cash In the treasury, ag- 
.gregated $l,3e3.703,6-69. Which is an in- 
crease of almost $8,000,00^) !>'r ilu- 
month. 




Repubican Leaders Say His 
Presence In Cabinet' Will 
: Hinder Thetn Greatly in 
'\Coming.Campaign 



MANY LETTERS 

SENT TO PRESIDENT 



Latter Will Not Move in Any 
Way to Cause' Secretary's 
Retirement — Action of Sen- 
ator Crane 



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voraoje. j.ne yieiu in £>iuiiui>ii uioini-i. ^g composure, nas vojunn.-i.-iri 

iH pht ced a t ten bushels to the acre, j thhtg slftee hia^arreat yesterday which 

making allowance for placeS where th e [ mtg 7,Y~"}T^p"' the police In solving the 



grain is badly burned. Excellent con 
diUona ar&J,eEQrte.d,0:ftm, Dauphin and 
ten to twelve .bushels to the acre are 
reported at Morris, in Southern Mani- 
toba, where ttif cr«P waa, Bjipposed to 
be ruined. '-■■■■, ■ ■ " '' ( ( ')\ 

. At btoughton in Southertf Sa«Ka^che- 
"Wan, there are indications of Eleven 
bushels to the acre, and at Langhain 
In the northern part of that province 
the promise is 15. The great surprise 
is at S?wlft Cti«^nt, which was sup- 
posed to' be dried out. The yield there 
is placed at 12 to IB bushels. 

Conditions have been vastly: Improved 
Bv a series of heavy showers early this 
mimiing In .varixyxfl districts through- 
out tXe province. The ralii ht-8ure t<r 
h«-rp 41i»», filling of wheat and In some 
pnr<s is Mkeljt^to increase the average 
I "IS^Vtlfr' ' A; ...Cj'i'M'^*- 

t occurred^ ;. ■ ■ i, drenching 
llie town. abouKaii inch of. rain falling 
•ariKs 'or tne scores or companies oi in. a very short ^me. Heavy rain fell 
:tiH-stat«-m+Htia now engaged In c^m-tiir-Battleford and ^^howera at many 
bating the flames along the Idaho line, other places, \ 

Cloudy conditions pro 




TO Mmmm 



.11 everywhere. 



Menu of a Southern High 
Class Banquet 

i Virg-Jnia 

. [OINT BANyUKT 
HOT SPRI.MGS, VIRGINIA 
July 28. loio 

2J-'\<\ .\iuni.-i! P.anquct 151I1 .AnniLil Banquet 

of .. y of 

Virginia State V.Av MftcylafKi State Bar 

Associaii'in . Association 

JMENU, 
( ".rri'n Ttirtlo 
. Olives '■■■■' Rarli^ 

Cocktails 

Salted Nuts . 

Fillet of Sole, I*oadiett,;,a.u ^,,1 Mane 

Preller's Sautcrne 

Parsley Potatoes Cucuml)cr^ 

Racks of Lamb Braise with Peas 

Maraschino Punch 

-— rT^;r^~JBraiLed::iitek::keri , on Tna.st 



Secretary Ballinger Takes Ac- 
tion in Regard to Areas 
Eiminated F.rom Forest Re- 
serves : 



Auk. 



Sacramento's Populd-tjon 
WASHINGTON'. Aug. 2.— The popu- 
lation • of Sacramento, California, is 
44.696, according to figures enumej^vted 
In the thirtoehth'census and made ptt^ 
lie by Director Durand. This is a 
Increase ot 1.'..414, or 52.'6 per cent.. aS 
compfired with 2-9,-282 in 1900. 

Skelly Acquitted 
S.\NTA ' ANA, Caia.. August 2.— 
FraviK- Skelly, a lumber contractor, was^ 
acci'. "lay of having burned his 

.\vlf, )th! He Was accused Of 

having thrown gasoline over tbe wo- 
man In the kitchen of their house at 
Westminster, arid then igniting It. 
The trial has been in proptre.Ms two 

•weeks. The .-lury whi ('iii nn lumr and. 

nfty-iivc minutes. 



F 
STILL RAGIi 



Fatality Occurs in Fighting One 
•4^6ar Trail — Some of the 
Silver King Mine Buildings 
Destroyed 



mvsterv surrounding the disappear-: 
aiice of his wife. The detectives wonld 
like to gather from the accused some 
additional evidence, but unless pres- 
ent signs, fair they will get no help in 
that line frf>m him. "Crippen Is no 
fool," said In!<pectdr Dew, and no one 
quesfionod his opinion. 

"Ethel- Claire Leneve is Innocent of 
any share In the murder of Belle El- 
more," declares Inspector, Dew. "She 
told me her entire story and It is suf- 
ficient to clear, her." ' J 

Infectives are-working hard Irt LiOn- 
don to pr ove her statements. Th* Igl^l 
has broken down, but has tried to 
shield Dr., Crippen. ' ' :, 

Mme. ^5"red Glnneft li to be one 
the ' principal witnesses against Crip 
pen. She was a close personal friend 
of Belle:^lmore. 

Women are sendlBf. flowers^ to Crip- 
pen in his cell. _-__. ' 
I Crippen has friends In -liOnddil 'WBo- 
believe he did no1r-*lay his wife, Belle 
Elmore, and they arel Hvlltiijig to pay 
for lawyer to defend him when he is 
tried there for murder. He received 
pfoof of this tonig-ht when his jailor 
handed him the foHowing cablegram 
from a London solicitor: "Dr. Crippen, 
care of Inspector Dew — Your friends 
desire me-to defend you and will pay 
all necessary expense. Will undertake 
Viur defence, but you must promise to 
kelfe>p absolute silence and an.^ver no 
nue^tions, and do not resist ox^radl- 



NEWS SUMMARY 



:!AUIO ACCIDENI 
MS ONE LIFE 



Champagne— G. H. Mumm's "Extra Dry" 

Creamed Spinach , Lima Beans ^ 

1 (ttn.-r and T(5nuilo .Mayonnaise 

: Assorted Cake 

Ncufchatcl_Chce5c 
Roquefort Cheese, Crackers 

i ^ Coffee 

■ ' Cigarettes Cigars 



Poge , 

1 — Peace Reigns on Grand 
Trunk. Face Long Wait in 
Cdnflnement. Mr. Balltngfer 
Is Heavy Load. 
• 2 — Wants Feature _I.slnnd Re- 
sources. C. N. II. Plans 
Are Extcn.«?lve. Refuse 

•- Grant for New Wharf. Gun- 
ner Allan Is Nervous Wreck. 

,3 — Victoria, ' Look Pleasant, 
Please.- .'M4S Cries for Help 
Go Unheeded. 

.. 4— Editpi.iui. ..,_.„.:, 

5— Social and personal. 

6 — ^News of the city. 

7 — liOcal News. 
— 5_^In woman's realm. 

9--Sport . 

JO- -Additional sport. 
]] — Additional Sporr. 
12— Mining Dept. 
IS — Real estate. 
14 — Marine. 
1 fi — I'ro v incistl News. 
16— Markets, 
. 17.— Colonist A3,Y,r' 
-j8__rias.«'illed .'\dvt.'<. 
ig—Adyt.-?. 
20 — David Spencer. Ltd. 



District Attorney Killed Near 
Grass Valley, Cal,— Ahbther 
Occupant of Gar May Die oi 
Injuries 



tion. Ilsply confirm, as good dPnl must 
be doncft<^once. A.rthuVi'Ttnvton 

tor, Lohdo.„ 

This unexpected message brought to 
the accused clfentl'st In hl.-^ lonely, cell 
the first gleam o< hope .since hln ar- 

Whether Crippen Nnis accepted the 
proffered assistance coiH,d not be learned 
totitght" • The ideh-tfety ' of -tft« -f rten<*»-{.' 
who volunteered their funds In his be- 
half could not be. JisiJerfnl.rjLed.. „<md jip- 
thlng Is known here about the solicitor 
who signed the cablegram, .fudging 
from hlR behavior since his ar4:ept. the 
pale little prisoner on Quebec heights 
(11(1 not need th« warning to remain 
silent. A nlngle monosyllable negative 
to his jailer's Innulry as to .whether he 
wished to give out^-wny statement -wan 
the only message that came frffm hini 
today. Reading In his cell or silently 
pacing the corridor ^where he Is allowed 
to exercise for part of the day. Crippen 
show.'i a desire for little except to l)e 

let alShc; .' ': . . 

\ LONnON, Aug. 2. — Arthur Newton, 
the London solicitor who. has cabled Vr. 
Crippen his willl.ngniess to undertake 
Crippen'n dofencw, is a criminal ndvo- 
rnte Who has beeft connected with many 
rn»("^ of n sensational character. 



-NKL-SON. August 2.— JTlJe compressor 

plant, boiler room and dynamo room of 
the Silver King mine on Toad Moun- 
tain, some nine miles from Nelson, 
were burned on Sunday morning. The 
hunithou so. and cook house wpre saved. 
The fire had been "sTowly advamjTfig' 
In the . direction of the" mine, having 
gut beyond control. j- 

Three men have been keeping watch 
on the lire, by order of W. F. Teeti5el, 
government agent hefe. IRfrZ o'clock 
on Saturday afternoon, one of these 
men came In and reported that the fire 
was four miles from the Silver King. 
and that there appeared to be no dan- 
ger. A sudden change in condillon.s 
started the flames anew. Mr. Teetzel 
sent out eight men on Sunday, and 
yesterday afternoon the foreman re- 
ported that the fire had evidently 
.spent Itself, being prevented from get- 
ting' into thejdg timber. The force is 
now giving attention to heading the 
from Giveout Creek. - 
This Is the same fire -that stinted a 
fortnight ago ia. Clarkson's timber 
Jlmlt.,no:ir Porto Rico Siding, on the 
Great Northern, and was at Its great- 
est violence in the locality of Hall's. 
Siding In the ensuing week. A big 
swath has been burned in the Salmon 
river valley since then, chiefly in 
slashings and on logged -off lands. On 
Saturday night Clarkson Bros, wired to 
Mr. Teetzel for help to fight the fire 
near , Porto HIco, and the government 
road gangs were instructed to give as- 
sistance. 

There is another fire on Granite 
rpad, coming towards the Hnmewpod 
ranch. Twelve men wrr^ sent/ out 
there on Sunday. The Bonnington 
Falls fire, which started on Saturday. 
Isvriowout, the men who were sent to 
light it having retufiied to the city. 

in Englishman living in Rossland 
wi^s fatally injured while helping to 
fight a lire near Trail. He was struck 
l)v a falling tree and was taken to 
Trail I'lospltal, dying there next day. 
Dangerous fires are reported near the 
Velvet mine, back of Rossland, a»d at 
Wlndall, on the Slocan bra/ich. M6n 
■fllit^trtienTsmTt'Tttr- fight t.fiem. 



BEVlSRLY, Mass., Aug. 2^There wa.s 
Incroaslng jovidenco here today that the 
recent bombrtrdm(:inl ot the prtHsldent 
with letters from Republican leaders lii 
-aH-parts~of""tli€ country proleatlng that 
Secretary of the Interior BaUlnKcr iMia 
proving an embarrassment In the laylnK 
of plan.s for the coming congressional 
campalKH, is bcf^nnlng to have effect. 
If not upon the president himself, at 
least on the advisers who are closest 

tu llilll, 

,\(i atimipt wiis made today to deny 
the report.-j ihiit Senator Crane at the 
very outsft of his political pilgrimage 
in the west hud probably suggested to 
.Secretary, Ballinger at Minneapolis yes- 
terday that his duty to the party might 
require tliat he sacrifice his place in the 
cabinet. All that ■ Secretary Norton 
would say aftfu- having considered the 
mailer carefully all day was that it 
would be necessary tu ask Senator 
Crane. 

The statement wa.s reiterated, how- 
ever, that President Taft "would not 
so much as lift his little finger if by 
so doing lie should secure the retire- 
ment of Secretary Ballinger as head of 
the interior department." 

In addition to the letters he has re- 
ceived, the president ha.s heard verbally 
from a number of party leaders regard- 
ing the sentiment toward Ballinger.. 
Th(^v have talked frankly \wilh Mr. 
Taft on the subject, at^d Wjiile they 
have ;\greod with tlie president appar- 
ently in hl.s' position that nothing IKis 
been proved against Secretary Ballin- 
ger.' they have put the matter purely 
on a pnrty basis and have said *hat the 
campaign would be much easier with 
the Ballinger issue eliminated. The 
leaders have declared that the fight Is 
going to be a hard one, and ^vhilo they 
feel sorry for Mr. nalllnger, they re- 
gard his presence In the cabinet ^s a 
handicap. 

President Taft was told a few days 
ago that the movement behind James R. 
Oarfleld In Ohio and the votes cast for 
him in the stale convention, were a .pro- 
test against Ballinger, Although'the 
leaders recognize the xtrengtli of tlil.s 
movement, tiiey will not make many 
platform conee.<iMlons to the Garfield 
wing of the parly. 

There Is no disposition In Beverley 
today to treat the meeting of Senator 
Crane and Secretary Ballinger InAlln- 
neapolls yesterday as "atxldental." It 
wa.t clearly intimated however, that any 
move being made against Secretary Bal- 
Inger has Its Inception with the active 
party leaders and not with I'resident 
Taft. The '.President, it Can bo po.«it-- 
tlvely stated, will never ask .Mr. Balln- 
ger "to resign. If the sCcrntnry .should 
feel called upon to resign, there is said 
to be little doubt that his resignation 
would be accepted. — 





tmASr^ \.,\I-I.KY, Cal.. Aug, 2.— 
Hurled over an cmbanUment out of bis 
automo'^"''- '" which ho and three otber.-i 
had been riding, and pinioned un'der the 
weight of^ Ihii machine In the hollow, 
thirty feet below, , District Attorney 
Tlionias S. Ford, of Nevada county, 
was ln«tfli)tly klll.>d lale this afternoon 
about a, mllo from here. A. .1. li(,inKel, 
of San KranclHCf., formerly president of 
the California IMreworks company, 
struck tlie grniind wllh such force that 
he piistnlned injuries which nuiy prove 
fatal. Samuel Colt, ndning enRlnet^r. 

who wan driving the car, and Robert S. 

Smith, the .chauffeur, escaped wllh onlyljpct of a d' 
minor Injuria. ILorenz ope: 



Rain, in Kianaas ^ 

TOREK A, Khp., Aug. 2.— Nearly two 
inches of rain fell in T'opeKa this after- 
noon affoniing ngroosiT^Te relief to the 
hoi- dr.v we?itlior which had prevailed 
for'twi? weeks. Mravy rains are re- 
ported froni other parts in the stntc. 



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FARMER FATALLY 
SHOT BY HOBOES 



Men Whom He Had Captured 

Wound Him With His Own 

Gun— Many Join in' Hunt 

\ for Criminals 



Violence in Connection : With 
Strike on C. N. R, at Winnt- 

■' peg—Many Cars Set On 
fire and Destroyed 



Osteopath* in Convention 

«AN' I'MtAlNOlS'X). Aug. 2.-~The 

delegates, to the convention of the 

Amerieart, Osteoputhir association, 

.-•ipent the afternoon In a trolley tour 

or the city an<V-HH- -SMlnir.liH and ih«-, 

evening at' a rnception and (Vmner. 

The condition of eight-year-old Vera 

SternematvJi, who was mAd*> the suh- 

rlemonstrntinn nf the famous 

peratlon for congenial dlslo- 



WINNIPEQ, Ailg. 2.— Following a 
clash with Cfinadlan Xorthern-- RalU 
way C^ompany-'a ..-police at the com- 
pany "s shops, where BOO carmen are 

fin utrilu-, a nKjli of rlnler.H. led b.v well 
known strikers, stormed an enclosure 
where strike lireakcra hoarded, while 
in anotliLM- part or the y:irds thirty 
freight^ nj.id .JVJ.^"*^!" 8!?r '^a rs .>yei;e . set . 
on fire and destroyed at an early hour 
this morning. One hundred special 
policemen are now guarding the shops 
Several arrests haye be^n mad«.. 



SISSON, Cat.. Aug. 2. — Chester Wells 
Mapos, a farmer living a mile below 
town In the Big Canyon, is at death's 
,ln.ir v.itn n Imllet wound In his side 
uiid. a bullet In the base ot his brain. 
Two hundred men are scouring the 
country over between here and Molt, 
hunting for two holiocs who .shot him 
on a trail at 4 o'clock this evening. 

Mapes, who has hern living here IF. 
years, fo\md that a cabin near his home 
was being robbed by holmes. Taking his 
gun, he started do-w-rt the trail and eap- 
tured the hoboes and was marehing 
them to Slsiioh-to deliver them to the 
officers. . 

Half way to the town the hoboes 
a<ked lo rest. .'Nil sat down. The ho- 
.4»oeH watiAied their chance, grabbed the 
-gnn and shut Mapes once In th(s arm 
and once In the head, and fled Into the 
hrush. Neighbors attracted by the shot 
went to Mapes' aid and carried Mm 
home. 

He was alive at 10 o'clock this even- 
ing, but no hopes are h«ld out for llUl 
recovcry.\^^ The sheriff cun* "^^ 

Yreka and Is dlrectln* 'Ch« '''*' 
man In SIsBon tonight 1*^ 
pursuit. Th?" hOb« 
eoimtry tor- hiding. 
cover* the cut-ov*r 
and down the rwMI... 
and the »«in«ill«l^ I 
RheHft How#lNr%*l 

Ksktoc m%»ntt ;." '" 

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VICTORIA DAILY C OEPyiST 



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Wvdnstday. August 3, 1910. 



No Fire To Keep 




No nvprtrTOtt»rl-''kttcherv: tio 

"runniiiiK bacR and forth to 

change Irons; no Inconvenl- 

t'rtco ;tn—dl»comfort If you 

• use * 

Hot Point 
Electric Iron 

Only the Iron «•%• hot; 



linill Its toe 
filiiaUy liot. 
unil aev U. 

nlc- $5.00. 

you niv free 
tiial if 



t'siU here and 
I'n , opiTiitloii. 
\V> will loan 
for ten diiv^'' 
jjQ wish. 




WANTS MURE r 

siAND rais 



B.C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd. 



citv. H'ort ami 1 .hurIpv .-^i te.'t> 



Special Effort Being Made to 
Secure Representative Dis- 
play at This Year's Local 

Exhibition 



SMOKE 



tA FLOFDE BAHAMA 



--OI^E OF 



riicxcrllcd-for it.S.Aroma and 'I' 
THE STANdIrD brands 

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OF CA.NADA 



JOE TASSE CIGAR COMPANY, Limited. 




ThKt Vans'ouver iHJaiui's fiKrlcultunil 
aijii oilier rcsoiiri'i-s sliiuild Ije (i« 
Hl'<'i>nKly ri'pri'.scntfil as po.ssiblo at the 
l.rdvii'ii'lHl t;xliibltlon to be held at Vic- 
toria frOrii the 27th of next month to 
the 1st of October, in the desire of 
S^«c'i-etnry Saiig.'jter and nn?mbers of 
iho pxecutlve pt the^ Urltish Coliunbiii 
-^\grrcultii«\r'AsscH-Itttinn. Tlie former 
j li;is written to thit dllTerent l-'iirmers' 
! In.'stitutf'K asl<l|-i?r them lo make a .spec- 
I i;il eiforl to nuilie entrie.s and to lii- 
I form him at their earliest convenience 
I of the space reciulrod. Already .Sool<e 
i district bus come forward with a de- 
jmnnd.t'or a, thirty foot space in the 
! 1 n a I n b u 11 d 1 n^- antf ' hn vc 'g+vPTT-the-Tnr^ 
>urance of a - llr.st-claH.s exh!l)ltr In 
j making the application it J.'< said that 
'last year.s" dL-^play from that secttnn 
\ \\_as one of, the llnest ad\ ertisi.nipnta 
•It ever afcure.d. 

' It. Is the opinion of .Serreiary Sarg- 
.<ler that the main building could ens- 
ilv be filled JiVlth Island produce. And 
he further tiilnl<;"S~TTrai- if the dtffTeni 
rariiirhgr^'omTniinitie& would unUt> and 
e<'ince H prac tical interest trr the ex- 
Idbltlon by entering the competitions 
iipen toShcm. the showing made would 
be 9<>Hiewhat of an eye-opener to vIbI- 
ii'Ts fr^'iii the Mainlan<l. 

1 Widespread. Enquiry 

Preparations for the show of this 
fall, which takes place in a' compara- 
i K"^4y-»htt ri ti me r Hr e'"In f ull swirig aiHl 
the indications arc that it will be one 
of the biggest fairs ever conducted by 
the H. C, Agricaltural Association In 
the fifty years since its inception. 
This is^^n absolule fact. The state- 
ment i.s not made for the sake of say 



cltlca both of the Mainland anil Inland 
Many local athletes hav.e started train- 
ing already. One of the most notable 
competltlong, it is predicted. wUl be 
that between Ralne, of Vatvcouver, and 
Brown, of Victoria, in the five jiille 
event. They have met f«Ur tlmtrU and 
each ha.s two victories to his credit. 
This will give them the opportunity 
of dcflnitely-"settling't"he iBSne.... 

There U one point to which Secre- 
tary Sangster wlwhe.s special attention 
drawn and tha:t ta the importance of 
the-business men displaying In prom- 
inent place.s in their down-towp eslab- 
liahmtints the posters advertising the 
e.vhibition with which they have been 
furnished. Hundreils ot the.He have 
distributeii al)out the city and but few 
are in evlflenee. It l.« the desire of 
the niHuagctnent that they should be 
s(j shown as to make it dKHfUii for 
the Htraiiger, no nuitter how unobser- 
vant, to leave tuwn without having 
noted the fact that there is an e.xhilii- 
tion and tjiat it takes place during tlio 
closing week of next month. 




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A NEK WRECK 



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Man Who Shot Captain Elliston 
Breaks Down In Cell-— In- 
quest Returns Murder Mer- 
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C. N. R. PLANS 

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Proposais of Mr, D, D,.Mann 
Regarding Island Develop- 
iiient Go Farther Than Any 
Yet Suggested " ;■ 



Before leaving with Mrs. McBrlde and 

his Becreiary- (Jdi', LaATenCc Macrae). 

' for Kamlotjps yesterday, the I'remier, 
Hon. Rlcirarcr~McBrlcle, Informed the 
Colonist that negotiations -with resp ect 
to tli# Vancouver Island programinef Tor 
-ra il w n x . t i e v eloEjnent -l3y=theF -Canadian 
Northern an; ifiaklrtK progress, pro- 
posals advanced by Mr. U. D. Mann 
having been under -conalderatlon virtu- 
ally all day and -©veiling .Monda^y,^ and 
an announcement being probable in "Con- 
nection very shortly "'i^»*rhJ ■»'<'!' ""- 



whltiti^ w>ll un- 
Ing s omc'tliing. -The ' 3errrtar>- trr' -re-^Nmestlonahly be received wUli|/ much 



Pianola Pianos 



tVf havff iuyt fT^lv'i' ««Tme of the latest Improv^ QenyiH;^^ TPtonolft 

Pianos' direct from the Aeolian Company's l<\ictorle8 In New, York. 

These Instruments contain the wonderful Metrostyle , and Themo- 
'list Devious for regulating the time and bringing out the Melody notea- 
in the Music: these are special features unobt^^inable In aiij* otb 
I 'layer Piano.'. . ' ■ T ^ — -,- 

The Genuine 'Pianola* can only be purchased in the Steinway, 
VVeher, Steck, Wheel ock or Sttiy vegant Plsnos, and we arc the only 
agP Tit s ' in v1rfi^¥ SF Ti7r~nt«a e special - 'Pianola Plano.s.' Don't be" talked 
into an\ other Plajer Piano or you wljl be disappointed .with the_re- 
sultg when- compaJed=JffitK" the' ^PianolJ^^P^a«t^r^ .... .. . 

(•ATAL.OGUE AN.D PRICE LIST <>N' ArPT-TCATKJi^r. 



HICKS & LOVICK PIANO CO., LD. 



809 Government Street.) 



Opposite Post Office. 




FINAL CLEARANCE 



OF 



Remna nts for 
Half Price 



Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 8.30 a.m. 

Kcnin.in'^ ' "' Mro^-, ('.miwI--,. I'rint^, l'"l;innclc! 1 1 , 
<\]'rr'']\\: ' -'■•'M.^, Al.Lislin.'i, clc., cU\,'arc- all niarkcd 
;it "\\\ -tiimni- i csTular pfice or^Hs'"?nnwfn'b'e'"s61cl 

u>r li;i ! 



ceivlng enciuiries from t -of 

;j Canadian points lif inJJ '=i? 

east as Winnipeg and. in ctpite i»f tlie 
i lnciea.«td accommodation available as 
a result of tlio, recent construction of 
new aiid larger bulldittgs. the problem 
will not be how to till, but how to give 
all exhibitors .satisfactory space. 

Horse Show Feature 
W bile tlu-re will lie no Viorse races 
there wibi't be any lack of entertain- 
ment. More attentl<>ti-4s to be devoted 
i'l the horse show tijari heTetofor 
will open on Thursday afternoon 

' ontlnnp afternoon and evening 

the exhibitions closing da.v. "^n tlie 
afternoons it will be held In front of 
I he grand stand. Besides the different 
competitions there will be introduced 
numerous' novelty events among them, 
I In all probtiblllty. beinp • vhlbitlon 

I of broncho busting. 

' ^ In order tliat the already marjtod In- 
i terest in the show 'may be. stimulated 
I to an «»yeji greater extent, the man-^ 
lagement have •arranged for the pres- ' 
' entatf'oit of three casli prizes of $40, 
i::> and $10 for the best decorated 
; i>oxrs. Since- the announcement was 
I maiUf Secretary gangster has received 
ia ntlinriber of emiulrles as to t"hc regu- 
i la t Ions goVj^pnlng-TtJ^^-^o nt '<? s t— aniL-jil- 
I present Is litisy in their preparation. 
i In tl«— mtantinije It may. be explained 
j that the prf dotnljtating ■ 'r must be 
those which have been by the 

association, nam ely, n.^ , Biv.ii ariiT 
gold. .':■..■•,■ 

Thre* Ringect Crreiis 

ulather of the enteriainmwE»t--fea- 
iiii'-s will be the Al O. Barnes three 
rin^ circus. This show is travelling 
through the middlewest and; accord- 
ing to reports, is niobt popular. At 
Calgary Its reception was most cordial 
and the press coriimentB without ex- 
ception were laudatory. The last 
point from which It has been heard 
of Is Brandon, where another success 
is being achieved.. This will be some- 
\^hat of a tintque thing In connection 
with ,th<\ exhibition and. It is expected, 
will appeal to Victorians and to thOso: 
who win ctjmc here for the exJiJ[b!tlon 
aa much as" It has. apparently, to the 
people of "Alfierfa. 

. Thi- Field fyjoet 
' Then~there will be t he p rQVlhcial 
field meet, which will take place on the 
Wednesday afternoon. On this occa- 
.sion the British Co.lumbla champion- 
ships In all forms of athleties-wtll be 
decidf^ -^t is assured that there will 
be a l^rge at^ndance from Vancouver. 
Xevy/ WestinhiVter and other bulsldo 



gra-tUlcatiun. Uy everyocie- Intertated- .-In 
the active development - of Vancouver 
Island. Wtt Mann's'^ - proposals It Is 
hinted go very"^4*eh further, both as 
to mileage .atid colonisation and indus- 
trial importance than any yet put for- 
ward, ,or than, conatructlc»n .as origi- 
nally contemplated and provided • for In 
the bargain crystallized In the ' 

lion of last session. — « 



('lunner Thomas ,\ilan, murderer oT 
Captain EHiston, i.s a nervous wreck 
eince he learned of iho death*" of, his 
victim and reallaes'that he is , threat- 
ened with the gallows. 

"Is the man 1 shot dead" he aajied 
the Jullijr, aobh fiftcr being placed Jh 
a cell at th"e ProvlnclaV'goal. " " 

'"i'es, CaiJtain Elliston Is dead.' ,ui- 
swered the Jailer. Ailuin Ktaggcrecl to 
a seat, and has since been, ill a. Mat*? 
of nerv(jus collapse. Ur. J. S. llelme- 
ken, the goal physician was called and 
administered Ijroniiiie. 
__AUy.u,ia. ,tu. :b.u ,an:alw 
vincial Police this afternoon at 
two -olulOiik-.- before two justices 
i.r the peace. '-An hour later, 
a I. 's p. 111. t he funeral" of the 
late Captain ■ISrilsl.on will take place 
from his late residence at Fell:ao»-e. 
North Quadra street, to Cedar Hill 
iUiurch and cemetery. The rank and 
file of the garrison will a-ttend the 
obsequies in force, as 'well as the 
officers and men of the Fifth Regl- J 
ment C. G. A. r -who feel the losis of ii 
good friend of the regiment in such 
a tragic manner most keenly. A regi- 
mental order has been" is'sueiT' calling 
a parade at the Drill Hall tor. this 
purpose at 1:30 p. m. Dress: Church 
paErade order, with helmets-^not for- 
age caps as prevlbusTy annoiiriced. 

The coroner's Jury which sut at the I 
hosi)tlal at the barracks yestoraay 
morning to enquire cont^'ernlnjf. ^t^te 
death of the late . Captafti Elliston 
brought in li yerdlct as follows: At 
Work Point barracks on the First day 
of August, 1910." one Thos. Allan,' a 
gunner in Xb. 5 company ^C -B. ti. .A; 
did wllfutli", feloniously and of malice 
aforethotight, kill and mUrder the 
said IVter lilllstori by shooting him 
with a rifle against the peace of our 
Lord and Ivlng, his crown and dignity. 

The Coroner, Dr. E. C. Hart, pre- 
sided, and the jurj- wa*' as..fttllo.w3'. 
A. Coles, foreman; phlUp Johnston, E. 
El Bllllnghurst, A. W. Roberta, Thos. 
Sedger and George Montelth. 

Dr. Bapty told of performing the, 
post mortem exarhlnation. He stated 
dekth was due to the severing of the 
main throat arteries. The wound 
was caused by a bullet. — 

Sergeant. Major Farley deposed 
that he was in the "artillery xompaiiy 
office on Monday morning. Captain 
Elliston was there until 9:25 a. m. 
when, after transacting the company 
business, he stood speaking with wit- 
ness at his desk near the window In 
vTiew of, tbe barracK wlTrdmv"oppo5ltc. 
ttien went out, and a few seconds 
aifterwards witness heard a rifle shot 
and ran out to find Captain Elliston 
staggering with his hands at hi.s 
throat and blood coming through bis 
fingers; Witness rush^jl to his as- 
sistance and found Sergeant Majors 
.■\akey arrived a moment before hini , 
from the Quartermaster Sergeant'.^ 
Store*. He sent for the doctor and j 
Ti. .. .,=.».,i.»+i«« «# .. rr,v...^m«n* s'stTetiClrer: — witness -ffS*:pdCHpr.-lci- 
^llf o', n!^R^ ,^iir not h?^^ !Hi »»tO«' "Do you know who did if." I 
i?Jl."-lf^^liJ|'i-B«^y ^»>^^^°05:gL^!^ The; wounded man could not speak,, 
out tnis year. , .. — i ^^^ ^^^ trying to point to the bar- 

racks. He seemed to recognize those j 
about him. 

Bombardier Corrigan 

Bombardier W. B. D. Corrigan Was 
in .charge of the fatigue party, white- 
washing the barracks, and had to go 
iM the Engineers stored for planks. 
He left .\llan behind on the stalrwav 
of No. 2 block. When the scaifoldini,' 



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DjOminion Government With- 
holds Mftfiey Necessary for 
Wharf m Oak Bay But 
Council SitlHkipes. 



Such was the word conveyed by a 
telegram from the Dominion gover^n- 
ment and read at the regular meeting 
of the Oak Bay council MoTOtay even- 
ing. It ran as follows: "Wharf can- 
not be proceeded with this year ap- 
propriation cannot be made." 

However the htatter will nm lie 
dropped and It Is the council's inten- 
tion to take the question Uefore the 
Dominion government long before tbe| watf completed he went to a lavatory 
estimates for next year are made up. tin a nearby, building and while thert 

A letter regarding the erection of a heard a shot fired. He ran out to find- 
Joint fire hall to be kept up by the! CTaptain Elliston lying In front of the 
City of Victoria and the Municipality! Quartermaster &V;i 
of Oak Bay was read from the city'; suspected at opde 
clerk of Victoria and it stated that killing. He Wa 
the matter had been referred to iho fearing ho a l.so. might be shgjj.a'S' Allan 

firewardens ;,< ' 1 had- threatened him. jwd went Into 

' ^1,:^^"";,.. ;;;.meUln..rWi^-by«i4thrVrrack~caai^ Tt was atter C^ap,. 



Sergeant's stores. H< 
that Allan did tltb 
v^Alted a few minutes 



The follo wing counclllofrwere" pi°^¥ 
ent with Reeve William Henderson lni-| 
th^ chair. ^Messrs. Newton, Pembcr- 
ton, McGregor, ' - 



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Lott and Hargrcavcs. 

IJhlbnoy Sb»p— <fl»f»f»<rt»««*— li •tmni^ 
|*ooixim«nd»rl b/ '.h« iriodictil profeaaion rM 
ks»f«au*xti iLKAxosl in{«otuj^ y 'tit*SM> in 



tiimni rcg-uiar price or less anfi wii 
marked prices .Wednesday. ' 



Robinson's Cash Store 



A.\i)i>;i':\\'S. M 



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The Old Folks 



find advancing years bring an increasing tendencjr, 

to constipation. The corrective they need is 



bi. 



" NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives 



Entirely different from common laxatives. Pleasant to ta.ke, mild and painless. 
A tablet (or le:r, ' at bed-time regulates the bowels perfectly. incrca.<;ing 
doses never needed. Compounded, like all the- 125 NA-DRU-CO pre- 
paratioas, by expert chemi.'its. Money bsrk if not .-^^ti-sfactory. 
25c. A box. If yoi:r druggist ha.>; not yet .itocked them, 
.^'•nd 2Sc. an«i wc will mail them. 

NATIONAt DRUG A, CHEMICAL COMPANY 
OF CANADA, tiMlTED, MONTREAL. 22 



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The Bot) Scouts of 
Victoria 

r.> ^ "■ ■ " 

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Something of their deyelop- 

"" ment and their work along with 

some excellent pictures is given 

in next Sunday's edition of the 

Sunday Colonist Magazine 

There are calso other good local 

stories with pictures; some 

^—-g€H3d general reading and seve- 



.._.:__- ral-;. de*partments • well edited. 
You'll enjoy the 

Sunday Colonist Magazine 



Elliston was "taken ta the hospital he 
went Into th> room. He went to the 
rack and took the empty cartridge 
from Allan's rifle. There was nothing 
unusual ai»«u4— Allan when they start- i 
ed^ to work.- For the past few days 
Allan had been, making threats i^galnst 
Captain Elliston. An hour*'after rising 
on the same morning he heard Allan 
make threats agAinst Captain Ellis- 
ton. ,,, He had not reported them, fin- 
Allan had made threats so often that 
j he did not heed .them. In threatening 
I witness Allan had said: "I'll bur.«<t 
j the stripe off } our arm quicker than 
I it was sewed on." ■ He then threatened 
i Captain Elliston and sa' : "i: ■ 

bullet has Its billet.' an'! 
for Captain Elliston." 

Gunner Jas, Bryan, wh' ^ ' 

In with an escort, being uimer nuii- 

tjtry arrest since the murder, said he 

W(?rit Into the barrack i-oom at 9:10 

i a. in, and .sa\\- .Mian s!anding at the 

j window looking a<'ross at the com- 



)<'lii'y office. 
n^g kit and 



Witness took his shav- 
g Kit ana sh.'^-'' W'hen' he had 
j finished Allan ^' idlng at the 

! window. He weni : ■ ■> mirror at the 
lend of the' room and. looking Into It 
I ho saw" .'VITan ^uddi'hly grasp UT^ his 

rjfle, iioint It from the open window, 
I and rire. He didn't Know what Allan 
j fired at then: not until someone told 
I him t'aptain Elliston had been shot. 

Me was frlKhtened atid kept what he 
I bad seen .to himself until he got over 

t lie shock- and then hC-ire|.>orted more 
-4amn two hours later to Sergeant 



'Major l-'arley. Aljter the shot he went 
out on the ianfllng and told Gunners 
Bradford, Hrovvn -and' HealeyiTWho 
were standing there, that Allan had 
fired ii .sliot. This was about thr.ee, 
•seruud.s after the murder, He went 
bark afterwa)-d into .the barrack robm, 
where Bombardier Corrigan picked up 
the rifle. He didn't go out to the bar- 
rfTckyHTd. "Allan hadhls rifle., behind 
bis bed and another rltle in his rack. 
He had, a borrowed rifle bec.-iuse the 
foresight was off'hia own rifle, whi-ii 
he used to kill Captain Elliston. After 
.'Mhin fired he thre\e down the rifle 
and walked out. 

The .lury.. h<,;^r,d no other wit nesses, . 

I althnugli a pitiTi'hcr - were In •\v^ailln§, 
and l)rouglu In n verdict of wilful 

I niurd_er, as stfit/"d above. 

Captain E 1 1 i s'to ft.- 

liAl.M'".\.\ .Vug.C. ifapl. Enislon of 
the Ilnyal Garrison .^rtllle|-y. wlt;ose 
death is reixirted at X'iitorln, H. ('.. 
v\aK a son-ln-lavv of <'liarlej-- ArclilliRld 
of Halifax, CaiHaln Elliston wa.'i for 
several \-ear.s stationed at Halifax and 
was exceedingly well liked. Mis wife 
who WAH Miss .\reblbald filed about 
a .\ear ago, after a short married life.' 



Perfect 
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The dependable taihrring of 

the famous IV'cntieth Century 

Hrand of Clothing' is known 

throughout the rrovin,ce, in- 



deed most, favorably knowiV 
fr. ini \'ictiiriatoTi'Mlfax/. We 
woidd (.'mphasizG our .exceetl- 
inolv sinartlincs oL sinsJe and 

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Scotch Tweed and 

English Worsted 

Suits 



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I color-harraonies ; 



iiu(|u.e.stioiiabl> correct in 



slyl<?.,' grand (juahi y ; just what 
up-to-date business men who" 

;irr - ! dressers appreciate 

at our reasonable figures. 
\\'idc . clioice of other fabric.--. 

$15 to $35 

^'OTH ' ' WINDOW 

DISJ'L.W 




W. & J. WILSON 

MEN'S FURNISHERS. 
t221 Gavernment St., and Tr «un e'« Av. 






AdverlisInK l.i to business what 
steam is to mficlitnery." 

G. W. Newton 



Adve^rtiscment Writer and Contractor 
5aTe""Advertisin.^ PromBbly WriUen 

office with Angus Campbell & Co., 
L,t., 1010 Government alreet., 

Ihono 181; Residence 16:'3. 




You Can Save Money, Gaso- 



line and Anxiety 

^ By Buying an Easthope Engine 




Complete Launches 



The Easthropo 
Engine ■ is manu- 
fac--ure<: here at 
home and we 
s'-ll direct to 
>ou. Yovi pay 
.no agents' jirof- 
its. The East- 
hojie Engine is 
.correctly design- 
ed and the eco- 
.nomizer ' in the 
use of fuel. 

The Easthope 
Engine is fully 
Ku;.ij-anteed,- you 
lake no rlskB 
with breakiuK 

.parts. We are 
always righ| 

.here and deal 
with ■ you direct; 

.no trouble with 
agents. 

Prices for 1910: 
3-h. p. ."ingle 

cvlinder, rom- 

tslete, ;iO0; 

clutch extra, 

$;iO. 

r>-h. p. single cv- 
linde.r, com- 

'. plote $17B -. - 

clutch extra, 

$40. 

8-h. p. ."ingle cy- 
linder $225; 
rliiti-h extra, 
•$iO. 



bearri. complete ^^ lO- 



ih tlir. 



horsepower en- 



.$275 



gines 

:;-(.. j feet beam, complete with six horsepower engine $375 

These boats «\re; roomy, 'seaworiliy and strongly built 

Easthope Brothers 



Manufacturers of Completo Launches. 



1705 Georgia Streat. 



ROYAL BANK Of CANADA 



Incorporated 1869 



Capital Paid Up. $ 5,000,000.00 

Reserve $ 5,700,000.00 

Total Assets $70,000,000,00 

A General Banking Business 
Transacted 



T. D. VEITCH 



Manager Victoria Branch 



^evw Premi«ea Act Being Erected in Government Str^Kit 

For This Bank 



VICTORIA WEST BRANCH 

Corner Catherine Street and OE»quimalt Road 

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VICTORIA. DAILY COLONIST 



Straw Hats and Summer Suit s Must Go 

' ' ' ■ , ' " ' ■' " 

All Straw and Panama ITats on sale Today at 

0NE-THIRI>9I^F REGULAR , PRICES 

Our stock of Straw Hals includes all sizes and /lualities in 
the new shapes now— but they won't las t 1 q ii ^ ,. . .s o. c o i u e, .early. 

FASHION CRAFT SUMMER SUITS REDUCED TO 
$15.00 and $18.00 

Genuine hargains, but limited in number. 




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T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO.. Ltd. 

F.A.Gowcn ' iNlanagint? Director 

! ] 14 Goveroiiient Street 




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The C. P, R.'s Moving Picture 
■ Artists Are Hereto i^o Gapi- 

taT Up -ferown— How it Is 

Worl<ed.' 




Tale of Woe or 
Wail of Toe? 



Perhaps, the latter tt" your corn 
Is so palntul. Why suffer It 

whi^ri 

BOWES' CORN CURE 

will quickly remove the corn 
p.-ifnlpssly «■"<! paslly. Nn rtangfsr. 
Apply uith camelhalr brush. 2'5c. 
buvs the whole outfit, here only. 



CYRUS H. BOWES 



CHEMIST. 



r;.:s (;o-,'ornm«»nt street. 



"aevorar million petlplP wltl giiin 
now knowlodge of Victorhv and Wes- 
ti'fn t'anadii lri)m thu worlfi' of a mov- 
ing picture I'ompany wlilch arrived 
;ii.>re on Monday a.flPrno..>n on ^ the 
jl'rlncesa VtetorlTv. A number of scen-eH 
ivpical of this olty vviU 'be phoLo- 
ig-Vaphed today and tomorrow, and 
1 Iht-n, . by way of VancoiH-er." the 
companr ■■ ■Wltt-bEg-i-n--the re tu rn Jour- 

imy - to New York City, where. 

la th.^' EdiHon Studio, the sever- 
al miles of filma will be -developed 
and sent to movins picture theaUea 
thniughoui Canada and the (llniled 
Slates and alao I'^nKJand. The s.ines 
will be on view In Victoria thl.s fait. 

The trip 1h one., of the lonffeat- and 

most eomprchcnaive ever made by a 

moving- picture company. It began In 

Now York City on June ^2. The first 

I pictures W'ere made at the railroad 

station In Montreal. bufmOSt "Of .the 

I wor k haa been done In ^Ves«tern Can- 

; ada. The officials of the C.P.H. have 

\ given the company every facility for 

T (Vbtaining views ealeulaled • ta - brirtE- 

' vUidlv to the attention of the world 

ai largo the resources. Industries and 

Hcenlc beauties of yhM h&aL_bgen term- 



For Immediate Deli 




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MODEL 17 A.\'n Mrmia, k) 

McLauchlin Buicks 

We have i'ur immediaie delivery two splendid 
McLaughlin Buick Cars. Thes-e consist'"of Models 17 
and TQ.- These models Avill appeal instantly to the 
man wh^i knows, and who wants a car^feliability. 

Price .,t Model .19. $2,100 

^ Price ui Model 17 . . .- ij^. -^ . . $2,500 



Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 

Iek695, 



R. P. Clark, Managsrzzn 



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ed the "last west. 

A special train consisting of a sleep- 
er, d+»ter, photographic car and bagr 
Rage car. was placed "at the disposal 
of the actors In Montreal and. later 
j the train received the addition of the 
j private car of J. S. Dennis of Calgrary 
who has charge of the C.P.U. s sixteen 
: million dollar Irrigation project in Al- 
{ berta, and has directed the great 
! movement which has peopled- ... the. . 
\ ptairies with prtig^erous farmers. Mr. 
' iJcnr^ls accompanied the actors as lar 
j as Vancouver, making It hi« personal 
business to see that nothing was left 
I undoilv tbut would aid the Kdlsou 

I partv ill i ' terprlse ot 

carrying • Western 

! Canada lo Kngliwb speaUing people ev- 
i crywhere throughout . the-eWeetlve 
I medlurp.of- the moving jdnurt 
I ■"" '■. How They Do It, 

A little talk last night with J. Searle 
I i:)nwlev, stagt! director of the company, 
Llbrows'inferesfing light upon tho pro- 
cess oir evolving the pictures which 
now play so large a part in the amuse- 
ment and education 'of the masses. 
Mr. Dawtey said that after It was de- 
cided to mjike the trip tlte tmipit pro- 
gressive phases of life In VVeslcrn 
Canada were selected, and around 



afeer of tho Empress 'hot**, tho party of 
Mlayeirs conslstlngr of tlvfu'^men. two 
ladies, the stage manager, N. S, Kan 
kin and a representative of the Col 
onlst made tlielr way to .the pretty 
residence of Mr. B. H. McKay, 617 
Dduglas street, where t\fo or 'three 
scenes for the comedy entitled "The 
Ship's Hu.sband" were put on the 

tXlma. —- „ . 

- The story of tho "Ship's Huiiband Is 
purely a local creation. -There are four 
principal churaciei-s, two husbands 
and their wives, one uf the wives 
finds in her husband's denk a tele 
gram .worded in the uauul abbreviated 
telegraphic toriii, In which the words 
"Charmer" and ■'■Husband' were men 
tioiied. Hhe Inunedlulcly came to the 
conclusiou that her husband had gone 
olt Willi this -other churmur, who also 
escaped from her husba.nd. Slio there- 
upon rushes over to the husband who 
is HUrtposed to have been left by hi.-s 
wife and makes him iui|ualnted with 
ibo discovery which she has inader At 
Ur.st It Is hard to make him believe 
that such a thing can be true, but at 
last ho believes it and off they rush 
fo rescue the runaways. All this was-l 
enacted ojv the attps of Mr. McK:iy« 
^ume aiur"the"llnal scenes will be stag- 
ed out in the straits either today or 
tomorrow, when the two wiio are chas 
lug will cross over in a Hmall boat from 
oiiu of the l''r)ncess|>tc-ainers to the 
otlieras they pass each other. Tlten 
the mytiierv 1^ cleared up, when it is 
found that there "ttas been no runaway 
on the part bt either the husband, 
but that one husbandwns called away 
to Vancouver) and his wife had mis- 
taken tho. name, of the ship "Charmer" 
for Its application to the other glr' 
The picture camera will be carried on 
a. spci-iar tug, which will be within 
pliotoKrai)l>ic distance. ■ 
--^he irici:uTj£rjJ,,j3t..tJj£-.JCoiManX_have 
many Emuslng stories <o teU of their 
trip through Canada. Everywhere they 
-sometliing .ou.t uf tlwi onlinary hap- 
pens. When they were doing their act 
oiniTe" arrival of the "Chippewa" 
from Seattle ycstcrday„mprnlng there 
were several old -ladlfts who did not 
relish tho Idea of being taken in with 
the. actors as they had their baggage 
lv.Hppct.»d ^)v. the customs officials. 




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Spltndid showina 
1aclt««' "Burbtrry'*'* 
for which w« ara iix- 
olualvc agents. . 



Splendid ~Aho.wing 
ladi.s' "Burbarrys" 
for which w. «r« mx- 
clutiva agents. 



Newest in Blo use s 
Received From England 



This isj^llygmehf of'the ver}- newest thing, 
in Blouses, known as 



Cotton and 
Delaine 



Wool 
Shirts 



They strenuously objected to any such 
move on the part ftL^the man with 
the machine, butTTe^said nothing and 
a's"'thtn>ld:.dadie8 did not husllle out of 
the ranige of ,the camera they were , 
taken In along with the rest. 
The Nowlyweds 
oii« oi ilit^ scenes abows the troubles 
which the newly married pair have 
getting their elTects Inspected and 
through the customs when they cbiiie 
off the boat. Along with other- passen- 
- gers.who have often been In the same 
plight, the Inspectors demand all sorts 
of explanations from, the nervous cou- . 
pie, and great Is the trouble which en- 

Inquisitive VViDie 

Y68t«r.day while the proceedings 

were going on at the re'Sfdence of Mr. 

McKay a crowd gathered, around the 

fences to watch the ret)earsal. One 

Lamina were BB.nv^Ltrv., ».... ». w , liUle fellow was quite Inferested in 

each of these a story was woven. All it all and clambered up on the fence 
■ ... .- ..^o see it. Dainty little Airs. Prior, one 



They are the vcr\- einljodiinent of convfoTtrand--.. 

can be vvorn-i^^ry. nicely under a suit. They 

have the detachable cellars and iw, butlon 
sleeves and btLticjn in front. 



Perhaps it's hardl\' necessary to introduce 
cm to vou, for niany iiave been wailing_ior 
letn, and they are •ar°"Well-kiiown bloulje to 
many \'ictoria ladies. They are modestly 
priced up from ^1.75, and come in a large as.- 
sortment of colors. 



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We have .'iKo iu^t received a ne^v shiftmen t 
WHITE CHINA SILK BLOUSES, rang- 
: in" price- up from $1.25. Sleeves, arms 
and fronts are tucked and some. are beautifully 
embroidered. These are quite new and wo rth 
seeing. :-r^^r=r="~ ■ ' " ' "~ 




This illust rati'jii shoWrsome of 
"TTttTer~exclusjve Blouses 



T>tir 



AUTO LIVERY 



Stand Corner Courtenay and Government 



Cars Day and Night-'Phonc 121 



Chambers. Detroits. Oldsmobilcs and Franklins 



, interior scenes in the «tiMti«» Avero Im 
! prisoned on the, film In the New York 
studio, which is like a big . stage in 
a theatre. After this was done the 
cbrnpahy started for the -plains and 
mountains to complete the dramas In 
nature's own setting. All JJse stories, 
however, were not begun in the studio. 
In the course of tli« trip Mr. Dawley 
has found numerous nctlyttles and bits 
of scenery which have appealed to him 
so strongly that ho has set up nights 
devising new romances to fit thesef Im- 
pressive backgrounds. He has manu- 
factured. dramft-JCaL—fiiilJIJJot,.^ ' ' 
apeak. ' ' .' 

in 1 1 

dramalli- uopiv nas iijimhoi i:i'-ili .1..- 

ventures which never fall to the lot of 
1 ordinary thesplans, aHd which Indi- 
cate that few arts are as strenuous ns 
! that of the moving picture actor. For 
i instance, Miss Sawyer, one of the two 
: ii-mlnlne me.mhers of the company, 
1 ;.ived the part of a cowgirl on the 
li lins of Alberta, and, riding fiirlouB- 
Iv, helped the cowboys rouhd up three 
thousand heafl of cattle. Mrs. Prior, 
anofher well 'knowing moving picture 
actress who is with the company, made 
a real fall down fifteen feet of real 
glacl(^r. on Mount Lefroy: in her part 
of a charming tourist who conceives a 
tender passion for a guide. 

Lost His Spinach. 

Charles Sutton had his excellent set 
of false whiskers torn ruthlessly from 
his face in a terrific prairie' wind. 
Herbej:t.J?ri6r toppled with his cluthes 
on into the swimming pool at BAnff, 
Jamt^s Oordaji -heliVed drag -the-^hose 
cart and dodged burning rafters at a 
real fire at Golden. Mr. Dawley sank 
out of sight in the Columbia river, but 



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WE CALL 



of the actripfiseh with the^ company, 
was very much taken up with him, and 

ho chum- - ' ''ti-'" *"' "'"^ '""*'".■ 

'■is t',- ..•':" 

are dolii*.; . !■• 

'•Yes, thci' a! g moving pic- 

tures," returne.i .-.,■■ Prior. 

"Well,' was thqrihrtocent reply, "my 
mammy said, that they were, but 1 
didn't believe her.' 



This set the members of the compi 
roaring, and then Mrs. , Prior again 

rime to him with tV>.- motherly ad- 

; ..vahJEtrhcshoali' . believe his 

1 ....'- heoUii-s© the., KU' v more than 

. , V , . e "mother of tliTinnqiiKfQve' one 
happens to read this, and notices a 
change in t^e, di.spdsltton of her off- 
spring,. In the way of having more 
faith in what she tells him after this, 
she will loave to attribute the change 
to the forceful advice of Mrs. Prior. 
Of the Ed!!Son company. 

:' Charmed with^ Victoria 

The company are staying at the Em- 
press and one ilnd all are caijtlvated 
with tl)e charms of Victoria. "It is the 
prettiest ,i>lace we have yet struck on 
oui- Journeys across the -continent," 
■Bald one tit th&m yesterday. Everybody 
yvAS greatly intVested In th^beauttful 
garden of Mrs. ^IcKay's and the now- 
ers which she hka cultivated. . They said 



came ut: -i, • : - • ^>:.'l i.iv '■'■ »■ helples.*? ] 
state for nearly tlino hours. "When ho 
came to he was still unable to move. 
Chilled to tho hone and hardly capnltb' ■ 
of gathering his wits togellicr he feebly j 
shouted for help. Ills <:rle8 were heard I 
by the postoffice employee whoso on- i 
sympalhetle rf'sponBe to the appeal for j 
lisHTsianco Wa.s the only an.swer he re- j 
ceivfid. It niis nearly snotlufr hour he- 
fore Mr. Smitb revived sufficiently to 
pull hlm.self together and mlike his way.] 
to his home on Colllnson street wht>r»^ \ 
Uf^-^ttrrWf4 "\r \ a - t j»ftf<>- ushiy -^.ftx h a. n . st t e i i ., 
<^dndttlon. His long stay on the rocks. 
the bruises he- received and the chill 
from the wet clothing had completely 
taken away his strength. Yesterday ho 
bad gffeatiy recovered thoriKT^ rtlll feel- 
ing tlie effects of hl.i n'> ■ . .Nperl- 
mce.' ' , 



A new townslle to be! knO'^" ■» I 
West Matsqul Is shortly to bis put on | 
the market. Tho land Is divided IhTo ' 
6-acre plots, and the owners of the I 
sub-dlvislon are Messrs. McLagan and i 
Maclure. 



Esq uimau & Nanaimo Railway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
^Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. Allin, 
Local Agent, Parksville. -■ 




Comfort 



that tfiey had never seen anything t^>- — 
equal It, find as souvenirs of the oc- 
casion Mrs. McKay presented each 
one with a lar ge bun c h ijf her beauti- 
ful «weBtpoas. ■ - "'■_ 
Today the party will witness the .10- 
dian cai^oe race between thft mem- 
bers of the tribe up the GorgeK and 



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in a glass of 



came up again, Rirharil . NellL the i^vtll make- a tour throuKn the Son- 



most adventurous spirit' In the com 
pany has riden bucking horses, climb 



,ghees reserve across the harbor. They 
will also take a long Jllm of the op- 



ed waterfalls, and performed numerous' ^rations at the fish .traps. liftBt even 

,. 1 1 . _!...«<.■. ' « IV..-. • .. M^. •-..-.» 4 n I > <i-1> f i r\ r . '^ « «•'-. T..^! v» * .xr\ir flin ttn V>i"tr lilt 1 



Robin Hood Flour 

"The Flour that is Different'' 






Wc miist .stand ready to prove 
it and also prove that (he differ- 
ence is so marked, so worth 
while, that you wiirfeelrhis- la 
the flour you ought to use. 



That is exactly where we do 
stand. „ . 






MOOSC JAW SA5H. ,41 






We ask you to take no risk. 
Buy a hag of ROBIN HOOI> 
and K'vc it two fair trials. If it 
dots not prove perfectly satisfac- 
tory, so satisfactory that you, too, 
say, "It is really the flour that is different," you may 
take it to your grocer and he will give you back 
your money. 

Will you make the trial on your nexf flour order? 

THE SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS GO. 
MOOSE JAW, SASK. limotd 



fhtfulncss \a.nd , . .._ 
ennla aiul his 11 }\ 
ah Rankin, At Til,) 
■y gave fin in- " 'lU 



other stunts that are not taught in 
schools of acting.. Hehry Cronjager. 
the photographer, was chased by an 
Indian who had no desire tn have hla 
picture taken, but had a knife. 

The acttjrs say that tht> expedition 
has been: the moet Exciting and enjoy- 
ahl«J they have ever taken, and also 
say that much of their pleasure has 
been due- to the thoughtfulncss \and 
consideration of, Mr: De 
private secretary, Norman 
the hrttel In Glacier they „ 
formal^ entertainment In iwnor of Mr. 
Deriins: Accompanying the-p*rty is 
1-Lerbent Welch, a mat- ' • ''■■v of 

New York city. 

Algernon at Vancouver 

When in V'nncOuvrT the cdiiipan.s: 
startled the wiaterfront of that — city 
'by. the .mystcriouL8._aidv^entijrcs , bT ' an 
Englishman, named -Aigcrnon, on his 
honeymoon; Algernon Is of the_e.xag- 
gerated, type dear to the heart of. thfe 
American novelist, equipped with full 
paraphernalia of double-peaked shoot- 
ing cap, eyeglassds, drooping inoustiiche. 
and knickerbockers. In like charaeter- 
istics he always has the knack of tje^^ 
Ing where Ixfi ought not ttD bo and- In 
conseqiience meet.s with a ' 'variety^ of 
nil.shapa and becomes Involveil Itr u; 
number, of ludicrous situations. 

.Ills mo.'st embarrassing advi-nture 
was a." "cropi)er" tliro'iigh u ventlhit 



Ihg Mr. Jackson took the party up to 
the top of the Empress hotel from 
which a splendid view of the city was 
obtained. Several hundred feet of lilm 
showing the panoramic view of tH«3 
city will be taken either today or to- 
morro'w from the hotel roof. 




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peering. Ills rescue from the coal 
bunkers below makes another amusing 
"scene. '('Aal-begrlmmed, and battered, 
dflapidaled and. torn, but with cheer- 
fulness unabated, he l.s dragged forth. 
'J'he actual fall was, of course, man- 
aged by proxy, a dummy taking the 
place of Algernon. 

Thp trip Of tlie'-Conple fxterulH itv 
portr:iltiir,u from the Atlantic coast to 
the Pacific and it was wFth tiie llnal 
sctmes at tho gateway to the C^rlent 
that the comp.^ny was engaged. The 
couple was represented as leaving on 
one of the ..Ktiipress steamers for the 
f»rl<<nt. Waving their last fnrewell 
tliey di.sappei«j-fMl I'rotTi sight ii.s tlio 
l)tg Ittrer- rounded Brockton I'olrU to 
return to \'«nc'iiiver by means of a 
sniH.ll !niin<^h which wiis In wiiitlnp: fur 
the imriiosn. 

Doings in Victoria 

"^ .'.^liTday afternoon unni i i no 
guidance of Mr. II. B. Jackson ,man- 



y[LP GO mam 



illiam Smith -lias Trying Ex- 
perience "Following His .Fall 
Into the Inner riaTbor--Un- 
consciOiiS' for Three Hours 



Iced 




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day. 



Means more than the pavSsing pleasure of a cool drink on a hot 



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Sonked to the skin m tiadly 

bi-.iiised and shocked that 1 ,ncon- 

scioiis for ne&rly three liours on tlue 

„„., „. — ,.,.v. .-„■. roclts lui the harbor front hear I^ee's 

ing shaft Into \thich he was Intently. i,nnt tifnise, wmiam Smith had a trying 



experience late Monday flight and early 
yesterday morning. His 'Crl^^s f-or help 
were heard l>y an etnployeij at the post- 
office, Who believing tjiat a drunken 
man wafl ci'eatiflg a dlBturbanoe, told 
him to keep quiet or he would be ar- 
rested.' At that particular moment Mr. 
Smith : wpuld doubtless,, have been 
pleased to hffve seen o, blue coat arrive 
and tnke him tn the police plat'lon.* Any 
ttssistaneo «t— the time . would have 
proved welcome. . 

About 11 o'clock on Monday night Mr. 
SiVilth, who owns a small sloop sta- 
tioned near, the bont house,, was going 
out fishing. In ntlf-mptlng to get from 
the shore to Ihe sloop he slipped and 
fell Into tho water, coming in contact 
with rocks which lino the shor6. He 
had n fall of several feet and wn's hndly 
HJiockod by the force of tjie Impact with 
the rocks. lie managed-t-o- pull hliusf'IC 
out of lbi> '■wnfrr ■ niil«i siimr' lilirhi-r 
rucks but uould Ku no CuMIu.m. llo lie- 



Postum contains no drugs, but it does contain vitalizing food 
elements from wheat that afford lasting refreshment, and sustains 

the heat-wearied body by fiirnisliing the support Nature requires. 

/ [ ,^._ ■ ■ .-.„., .'.■.-.-1 

-Well-boiled Postum (directions on pKg^X chilled with ice and 
flavored with sugar and lemon, makes a delitlous drink that cools 
and comforts and is really a food for Brain and Nerves. 



"There's a 




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Canadiyin Trudc Supplied by; 
CANADIAN POSTUM CEHEAL COTrl-TD., W|l 



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trfoe Colonist 

«%• Oolonlat rrintlnr »na i^1>UsmBff 

OompMr, x.imit«il zaftbiuty. 

^ail-iais Broad St., Vlotozla. a. a 

J. S. H. Matsom 

The Dailv Colonist 

Delivered by carrier at 60 cents per 
month, If paid in advance; 60 cents per 
moihth -if paid after the lOth of tuoh 
month. Mailed, pqetpald, to any part 
of Canada, except tiie city or submban 
districts. Which are covered by our car- 
rlero, or the Untied Klngrdom <ja.t tho 
followlnK rates: 

One A' ear |5.00 

olx Montlia 2.60 

Three Months '.'... 1.25 

I<piiaon Office, 90 - 93 rieet Bt»«t. 

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Wednesday, August 3, 1910. 






VICTOBIA l>Ajm GpIiQNIST 



W«iin«ac|ay, Auguat 8r 1»t«i 



RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION 

■ AVe arc In a position to say that the 
Canadian Northern Railway company 
Is ready to begin ■cdnstriictiun upon 
Vahoouver Island as soon as the route 
jilans have received the aiu'roval of 
thii! f:overninent. Tlie criglneera" re- 
ports are now In the hands of the 
Ko^-crnmont. and they will be careful- 
ly , gone over to see il' they can be 
accejited as the> stand or it some 



ouKyested. The decision of the goy- 
i., Riii'ii! will 1 ■ reached at the earliest 
Ijossible day, and that means very 
soon. 

Th-j I "mnpany. is very a^nxlous to be- 
gin work and- Mr. >lann says that the 
Intention is to finish the" line long 
within the time fixed in the contract. 
The company desires to Increase very 
largely Its mileage on the Island, its 



would not do so. We have also heard 

It said that certalu laws are Inopera- 
tive because the Police CommlsBlbnera 
or some one else will not enforce 
them. We are told that certain In- 
fractions of the law cannot be pun-. 
Ished because some one has jrlven 



tacit assent to Us" violation. The 
Colonist has always protested against 
this senseless and indefensible con- 
tention. It has held that the enforce- 
ment of the law rests not only in the 
hands 

public Kc/ierally. The Montreal Ga- 
zette, which Is undoubtedly one of the 
sanest and fairest papers In Canada, 
i>nd is ut the same tlhuj strongly Con- 
servative in its political associations, 
In its Issue of. .tlieLliithult. h^id the 
following article: 

Sir W.ilCrid .Kaiirler, lielriK appealed 
A" .-by some who objected to tho ex^ 
hi billon of pictures of ihe Johnaoii- 
fleffrlos arfair, has sent back word 
that the Dominion. Ciovernnient has, no 
linltiatlve in the matter, as under the 
constitution the execution of the laws 
rests with the local authority. Such 
■^i---me&w±Ko uiay disappoint some ex- 
cited iieople. It should do good else- 
where, Canada is a couiitry governed 
by law, not by individuals, however 
high placed or ambitious they may 
be. 



It would be a delicate matter for the 
King to change his advisers because 
they did not fall In with his views 
of what Is needed In the-wuy of im- 
perial union, fbr after all he has to 
remember that fqr more than two hun- 
dred years the tenure of ofHce of mln- 
latjles andi nho personal . freedom of 
rt'-sponelbilUxv df tlie isoverclgn irests 
upon the fact that the ministers' com- 
mand, or believe they ean command, 
the support of a majority of the House 
of offlt;ials but in that of thej"'' Commons Mr. Stead, who la very 



Attempts to elevate personages qoo 
into the position of la'w makers or law!,,, 
developers or checkers of the law ia.^^'"i?dom and over 12.000,000 



much of a stickler for constitutional 
government, thinks that If there is 
aiVv case in wOilch the Klng._aiJg)i];.;jg;o 
go tg the extreme of diHriils-'''ig "■ 
niinhstry. It Is because in his opinion 
inijicrlal unity would be promoted by 
;i I'liunge. . 

Mr. StCdd- lhtnk.s that the federation 
must b(^ adopted .sooner or 
d. that in It is to be found the 
solution of the Home Rule question. 
Ho does not say so In as many words, 
but apiiare.ntly he would like to see 
Knpland, ycotland and Icela.nd each 
^^'"•'' "^■'^ .l^WSi parliament, and he 
would llko„to seea central parllainent 
hHHd-liuK lmi>erlal_ and luternallonal 
•iuestlons. There are now, over 40,000,- 
I>eople residing In the I'nlted 

in the 



late/ and 



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foolish and. if It couuld bo successful! "ver-seas Dominions. In 
would be mischievous. The situation' one-fourth of the people 
modiricatiou cf theni ought hot to be-r-Lu— *ea-iit;d' to this prize flghL 'jjlcture' 

- ■ busin^-sals ijjj simple as- that ' 



I stock williin tlie 



ithrr words 

ol' IJrilish 

Empir e now live In 



the. offender before 

a trial will follow as a matter of 

5Gurse.„If the act. within the mean 



idans including the building of a llnej Ing of the law as' it is, is not a crime 
to the northern en(J of th* Island. 
We have every confidence that 



the 

plans -ott.he. company, .when an- 
nounced, Will be highly satisfact'dry to 
the. people-of. Victoria and of all 
oih.r I'lrts.of the Island. 



INJUSTICE TO MR. TEMPLEMAN 

The concluding part of a news Item 
in yesterday's Colonist has given a 
great deal of annoyance to the gentle- 
men w-ho accompanied the Minister of 
the Interior' and the Ministet_of In- 
land rp\-enue > -i :■ ^isii , to the 
Songtiees reserve > esicrday, and. does 
a very great injustice to Mr. Temple- 
man. The i>art of the, item referred 
to is the brief interview with Chief 
Cooper, and we feel we ougrht tt> «ay 
that the impression . conveyed by the 
Chief's remarks is wholly unwarranted 
by what actually did occur. Mr. Tem- 
plema«'s greetttig to Mr. Coope:^ ' was 
exceedingly friendly and courteous. It 
was the, sort of greeting that ; any.- gen - 
llcman might very properly extend to 
another and there was not the leaist 
reason In the world, why the ' Chief 
should, have felt 4hat he was 
treated In any way not In ketp* 
Ing -with his digni ty as the heacj 



as- mat in re-, ,, . , , , , , 

gard to a theft t.r "an assault, or any ''^® over-seas .Dominions, and he does 
one of the many personal acts that n ot think that at the prese nt rate of 
under the law are held to.. be crlm n v, ] pgtig4^e««-. t h ese, c v e r -seas populations 
The doors of the courts are open toi 

whoever Is aggrieved. An infrrrmationl , . 

laid with no more trouble than was j ^"'^® *" ^^e settlement of international 

involved in telegraphing to the Prime] affairs. ■ , .: ■ '. ..^_/ 

Minister, If^the exposure of a picture j Mr. Stead 'undoubtedly presents a 

of-a prize fight is a crime, will bring',, ,„,, ,„♦„„ „», - .. 

i^. ..,*.._.a-_'^ ,:.;.-_- _ ;^. ^ „,1. very intereatlng: caae. for, nnoalderatlon 

and though some of us may think 
that ho looks rather far ahead when he 



a magistrate an'di^ 



^ „ , ,., . ,. ... '*«'®8 a reunion ot th e Unit ed States 

neither the Prime Minister nor all his ,..,xk ,^„ n-in-u -n*^ • ,■. -:." ,L 
colleagues nor-the prime ministers ofj''"'' the British Empire, Canada be- 
the provinces and their colleagues; '"^ *"« ""•* between them, we are 



combined can make it a crime or 
secure the punl.shrrieiit of those who 



sure that his anticipation of a Fed- 
erated Eniplrij islxy no means anTdle 



choose to offend the sentiment of the ,»,.-_»_ „^.« *t,»* ii. i 
community Ir. the connection. ^More-f^"" *'*'* ''^^^ ^^^''^ *" •^^'^^ reason- 
able probablllt.v^that^jn^good-tlrne^^ the 
'^'^*^*r S?P " Wti^^^ Join ha'^^ds w'tih 
us In an understandftjff that will not 



over. - this situation Is a right _ one^ 
Nothing could be mcwe' "danBerous" to 
personal and public liberty .than that 

mint In high places should have power, . _. ^_ __,„, ^ . , 

of themselves or In deft^rence to ajU''®-f^-*"^ance but somefhlnip ,!»()*«. 
outcry, to change or distort the law 
and so cause' men ~to bo deprived of 
their liberty or goods. for doing things 
the law had never' condemned.. This 
is a fundamental doctrine of English 
Jlborty, and n^ay not be abandoned 

without gravest danger. Sir Wilfrid; council made an appropriation for' 

clearing the streets of 



It is very pleasant news that there 
is a probability of an early settlement 
of the Grand Trunk' railway gtltteto- 

Twt) weeks ago the Montreal City 



of his ^trlbe* "The cl'rci^mstances 
of, the case were In brief thati'beiTore 
setllng/^but twc: tho. reserve the i>arty 
■waited \ for Siime time In the. Empress, 
where Itr was understood Chief (iooper 
.would m''eet them, and where he did In 
point of fact call after the party had 
left. A good deal of regret was express- 
ed at the failure of the Chlet to appear, 
but thfev explanation offered, that 'h.e 
•was obllBed to go opt to Esquimau, 
was actdptfijtl as satisfactory and it 
wa»— decided than an ^ort should be 
made to "have . him meet Mr. Oliver in 
the evening. Wheii, therefore, . the 
"€.4rief-^ ak «cc n -egining tow.afds 'the 
rnad where the party were jn nrotor 
< w- an abrupt stop?" was maS&i'VaW 
«"hief was called to^ by the Mayor and 
asked to come jo thg; car In which -the 
iMinlst.ers were seated, w!heTiJhe.Mii:or 
Introduced him 1,0 Mr. Oliver- Mr. 
Templeman gave him a very, cordial 
.s;iliitation. He was asked to take a seat 
in the CAT arid two gentlemen got, , 'out 
BO that hi'' might do~ so. He declined, 
and Mr. Templeman, supposing It is 
to be presumed that the' Chief did not 
■want. 111 t.ilvc some pne else's, seat, 
asked the occupants of a cjir along- 
side if they had not room for him, and 
■w.^s told that there was plenty of room 
find the Chief was Invited to take~a 

£cat...jbut iie, Very curUy- jS^tum^l-—— 

It iB absur.I ^'gest th.it Mr. 

Tempiero.n .. ...i^y ^ny dis- 

cnurtC' per, and we. rc- 

pret very much that the Colbnlst 
Khou'lid have placed liim in a wrong 
light in this roniT ■ We also take 

leave to suggest that Chief ■ Cooper 
must have misunderstood. Senator 
KIley, for one cannot think the 'stuwrflt-f-^ 
■would have said w-hfO -U s attr ibutf^l ' 
him. He knew that Mr. Oliver was 
reodingly anxious to bring matters re 
lating to the reserve to a settlement 



Laurlcr understands this phase of the 
situation hmX does right in stating it 
plainly. , ■ rr", -.;_■■ :^^.: ^. '■■;/'■:■■. ^ ,..,., 

.We corntiiei'd the piB)ltMri*<rf fhto^^^^ 
tract to everybody* • !lt sMcposes 
the fallacy- of the ideas enter- 
tained by many pjeople, an Idea that 
seems to have grown up In Canada. of 
very recent' years iand one that ap- 
pears to have had Its origin in the 
United States, where elective officers 
of the law not infrequently undertake 
to sa..' wha?',statutes shall or shall not 
be enforCiJ^d, We do not mean thit 
tblB ifi generally the case in that^CittUa-r' 
^toy, but oniy,ih«t the. practice h^ 
grown ujp ihe^re to entrust officials 
with the v'hole duty of prosecuting. 
But neither Iher^ 

vate lndlvldua!l djeprlved' of) the right 
to set the machinery of the la-w in 
rcojtlon. \ ), 

Take. th^ case of ativ bee of movi.ig 
pictiirea. If it is of such a character 
that its exhibition is an offence 
asi^ainst the law, .any one cap prose- 
cute, althouglh i: would be' specially 
the dut.v of the police to do. so; but 
if the. rlptures ore not illegal tieither 
Sir Wilfrid LA^rler nOr 'Mr/ McBrlde 
can make them illegal. We kno^ it 
will be said., that the •pictui'es of the 
■prtTO ;fight ^t iteno nave:; Deen pro-" 
httrlted ^tr-certftfn— pr ovlne c o; bu t unr 
less there is so-me statute or by-law 
authorizing 8jy;h a prohibition, no one; 
has a^gfbt' td atop the exhiblt4efir:-©t 
them. • ' ,- 



snow. Cer- 
tainly the Canadian metropolis does 
nqt propose to be caught happing. 

■, '' V- *■'' ' ' — '■ — 

Th« Increase In' the trade between 
Canada ane? Australia is not very 
large, but It ts ah Increase. The total 
volume of trade "T>etW6ett, th«- two 
countries last year was Iff-found num- 
bers $4,000,000. The gain over "tlie 
previous year was about J900,000. 

Yesterday inomlng-a-garbaee scow 
was towed out to sea and emptied a 
long way within the line joining 
^Brotchie JLed ge , and Macau ley Point. 
In a ver>' few~hour8^such of the refuse 
as floated . began to come ashore. For- 
hSpTter* is ia. prt- merJy the scowi used t6 be taken well 
out Into the Straits before emptied, 
and we suggest that this practice 
ought -^6 be folWwtd .to future;' 



TlJere seems to be no Tloubt that the 
United Kirigdom' is more prospcrou.s 
now than- it .has- beein in a very long 
time. Itlsa; curious thing how com-; 
pletely, th(B prophe<:les heard so fre-; 
quently before the -late election have 
b«en disproved' by events. "VS'o fear 
our Britlsfi~friends .ire not any more , 
j .ciaref ul than we: ai-e^ In t hly cnuntry 
JClKfJXt,^' y %ay .tfurli iiiFgn eilec-; 

tlon cani. -.-"-. ' — - 



THE KING'S MISSION 



Sie knew also that.MrTT^emplemanftwas 
rxerting himself to the utmost In the 
sa me d irection, and it Is wholly) un- 
rea-sonaBTo lo beilejveTblOhftrSeiatpr 
would have Taken a positloh calculated 
to frustrate their efforts; Chief Co'oper 
must have misunderstood the Senator 
jis we arc sure he misunderstood Mr. 
Templeman, and •we: f rel ttnt t~}rg~ought 
to join the Colonist In {in expression of 
regret at having. Innocently enough no 
fioubt, caused, a .wrong impression to 
Ko out in tjio comin'nnlty., We wish It to' 
lie disitlnctly un<li'r.<!tood, and "WE .srty 
thi.i fnim n per.".'!!!,!! kno.wledge of 
■what occurred, that the Inferetwos. 
drawn by, Chief Coop<!r from what oc- 
(urri'd are entirely unwarranted.' 

A TIMELY STATEMENT 



Mr. William T. Steady who thinks 
he sees a resemblance between George 
V. and Oeorgd Illr although he enly 
knows the latter frpm what he has 
read about him as a. matter of course, 
asks the somewhat ptirtinent^questibn: 
As the Third George pursued a policy 
that rent the Empire asunder, will the 
Fifth George adopt a codrse that will 
cement the Empire together? He men- 
"■tiorii' 't'he fnter- :'^r,:- '•■'■•", which many 
of us lost siK ' OuV'tlm^, that 

George V. Is the Ural king tb be \fco- 
clelmed Kl"f "T ''"• r'.i-i'ti^ii Dominions 
.beyond th' ' '}.^.^' 

ert to" the royal title in the lllctime of 
the late king, but Edward VJI. wa."? pro- 
claimed King United Kingdom 
.of j3^reat;-_BjJtmj!_^nif.i f " ' ' ' ^ ' "onTy"an'd 
there was no roferei ^he over- 
,is possessl"! I ' • ■ 'ii. \\\'. 
vii^ad' 'says ■i^<.>.v^i U.i ' ' '' ■■ 
ov^rrseaa realms bclongcii 
- ^g6rge^-V,- r ^a l l y . e a- that Jie.. bt:l,ongs to 
the over-'.<-:e;i.^ Dominions. 'This Is more 
th ' .' orm of expression, for 
miU':rli ing it Is a fact jpf profound 
significance. We can easily understa'iid 
that Hid Majesty ntay-deslrr to". sig- 
pallze his reign by some such act a.8 
Mr. Stead suggests. We never have, had 
.a kj.ng„hair.aa. .\v.g1.1. equlpf>ed to do so. 
He knows the Empire as It Is probably 
known. to no other man in It. Certain- 
ly rvone of his ministers can telVhlm 
anything about It ,fron1 persofral ob- 
servation that he "does ■ not , - alrcjtdy 
knr*w"l)etter than fljey. With. the' desire 
and the knowledge, only the wisdom in 
necessary to enable hlin to achieve «• 
result that ought to gratify the loftl- 
e.8t ' a.mbltion o8 , any monarch. Under 
our coTi.stitutional system, the King is 






Mir. Asduith Infoiroed^the^ House of 
Comoions during the coiirM. of , the der] 
JiAto oh th e -riavat— estthiatea that the' 
government Is sincerely desirpus of 
reaching an agreement wjth German;, 
on the matter of rtaval expenditure, 
arid had even approached the Kaisers 
ministers with that object. These uf- 
ficials declared that, their hands ar>' 
Uiedby laws on the statute book m 
Germany; and' h?nce the British, gov-i 
.ernrnent had no alternative except to' 
ask for a large vot. il- said thai 
British prepjiratlons j \v(;re not In any, 
sense hostile to Germany and polnteir 
out that In 1913 Britain will have 
twenty-five Pro.Tdnoughts" Trnd Ger-: 
many twehtj >).■ , 



:-lil ,11 111 

in part 
Wife of 

.^f ;itioi)n 



powerless , to Initiate poltclea, at lenst 
We have lately heard a good deal in! go far an publlg knowrledge goe.'<. la- 
this province aViout the right of <yr- mi(,v''siiJ3;g-eRt lines of. aetloii to his rnin- 
flclftta to snspend laws, and have seen i«ter!«T Hnt he -may not appear before 
thexn severely scolded bt-causo' they ! the in'uiilc as the originator of them. 



Among "the most useftil pubjlcatlons 
recently issu^ . ! '•■■.•'.'. ■■■'••>: 

let rtff'iTiliinu • • . M- ;. o- 

vlcinit . l;i |. 1 itten and 

CQ'mpiltwl.'by .\Ii-h. A. T. Watt 
,pr. Watlt of. tho Quaniiitiu.' 
Mr \\ .tt's. flthcs- •'■'. 
this pamphlet contains hs well luiuw.n 
and It Is of high'order. In the first 
■ I ■Ids.A graceful' and- forcible 
("11, ill i)i*'. next ;'!•'•••■ ■-■he Is 'a train- 
ed observe^ and ! ■ xt her p^if-ntal 
make-up Is honest and dlscrlrrilntitlnK. 
In this Utt'lo book she has been careCuf 
to keep tOL-tSCtg and' to stgtg^ them 
without e^iaggeratlori. The special 
signed, articles arc a valuable fon- 
turcv and t'^jSTise of the natncs of I'eal 
people and rea4 homes makes It po."- 
s'lble for' all ' who may Wish to do so^r 
to testthe accuracy of the statements 
thcrelfi oontalnjBd. This book Is iise- 
ful as an adve»liHempnt, B.A a guide 
book to an interesting part^of the Is- 
landi as a souvenir ox a.me'mcnto, and I 
perhaps moat of all as an eye-opener I 
to the T^jeojMe of yictgrta, . jvho^as a j 
rule ' have a v'ery ihadequate^ Idea of 

tho great resources ahcl fiiSvaritageH I 

of tjtls nearby district. It Is a very 1 
useful work to put in the hands oi" | 
iiovV-comer.i, no matter In what-, part j 
of tho Irtlaiid they nuiy intend to re- 
side. It Is p»i,rtl(.Milarly useful us set- ' 
lliig forth the flomestio side of develoji- ! 
ment work. .We con.gra tula to MrH. I 
W'fitts on what she has neconipll.tlied j 
in a field of usefulness not usually en- j 
tered by women. I 



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Truth About Furniture Bargains 

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THE TRUK ANALYSIS OF A FUOTittjRB BARGAlNW^t'so- nu'icli "wh-al-^jrou pay,"^as-^Svhat you get." Be- 
cause a price is alluringly reducedis no indication of a barg:aBa^; for, if the furniture had been marked at its true worth 
in the first filacc^ — chanccs.are a price reduction, would have been nei'tlicr- necessary nor possible., 

'I'lu' iimsl economical place to Iniy i'lu-nittire-fe where >yQu-i^ distinctive designs, 

and wide assorlnients— w'here you know prices are never inflated to allo\Kof' misleadiiig recliicticns, and where the bargain 
class of furniture' is entirely eliminated. vSiich a store is "W'eiler Bros." \ ' 

.Evei-'y "ptge €-ts~'mafkedTn plain "f i.t; u rcg — <Dnei5?tee to eVefybody— aiid'Wi.lt the very lo\vest price for which such house- 
furntsrfnig's cairiTc'sold^^^sale dr no sale. ,- ^^____ — ___ ___^_.___.„ 

Carpets, Oil Cloths 
and Linoleums 

Oil Cloth, in floral arid block designs, from, per square yard. ?oc to . r>0(r^ 
Printed Linoleums, iii il.-ial, lilock or i.,'.i-.|ini .iesign^, ijun_i.t>oc,ta";T-'.'4*-^<' 

M5,TTrotn, 



Inlaid Linoleums, in tile, iiofal and parx| 



.:. .T?r.00 

Art ■Cofk Carpets^h llorat and sol id colors. The correct floor covering ibr 
..^nurseri es and bedro6ms,-bein|^ p erfectly fr y gi e i i icT re r ^quaT^a r ii. .75^ 

Heavy Cork Carpets, largely used for hotel, restaitrant, apijtine«t houses 



JHa4-offic«4)«U4«i^,^^^ 



rrrtrwrTTW^srrrzMT-^erwTmrtr 



I'.^r ,;* y X .vll/ 





CROSSLEY'S DIAMOND TAPESTRY 

J 3/^ X ^^». ^t . . . ...•>« . f ♦ ^ ,. . . . . $25.00 

•••• ..^..... 7^777.. 777^ . .. .J^22.50 

....^16.00 

....$12.00 



13.& X lo.b, at 
12 X io.6,>at . . 

10:6 X 9, at . . . 
9 x9i at . . . . . 



BRUSSELS SQUARES 

Jb_vari.<3.u.s size's, ranging from 9 x 9 at $18.00 to 



''^"^ 50. 



15 X Il;3, at $37. i> 

Of course we have many more, grades of carpets, 
numerous sizes arid at moderate prites, also a vast quan 
tity purchasable by the yard. 



in 



Ladies! Use Our Rest Room 

Ladie.s-will find our splendid Kr^; Room on the 
second floor a great convenience during the v"^iuu- 
■mer Shopping sca.son. Tt is an ideal place to write, 
or read, or rest awhile. Meet your friends here— 
make fullest use of it, for it has been built. for your 
'>tifi and convenience. .Don't have to Ije a customer 
of this store either--so get acquaints d with, it today. 



Exclusive Bedroom 

Furniture 

Two-Pteee Bedroom Suites, consisting of Bureau and Washstand 

in white enamel 'finish. I'rircd .11 . .$27.50 

' 'iM>. of ohr, Broughton Street windows displays a particularly h.niii 
-<.nie Birdseye Maple Suite, prii;ecj,a5 |ollo..ws : 

f '.ent'.sXhiffonicr ,■■;.. ..■.■. . ..'.■'' . $50.00 

'•u'cau 1 ..$50:00 

!>;^ -•--: 'i'.d.K' ............. $35.00 

Somnoe ....... .- $16.00 

Small Roundf able $15.00 

lW"«lstead ■ ,...$50.00 




MahojT''3nv Suites :i'- 



Bedstead $00.00 

Bureau . . . ,$05.00 



-]il,i\'cd 11! ('uir jironghlon 
Chiffoniere . 



Siri'Pl wiudo^v- 



ns' i.olic.)\\ .-< 




\1- 



;i ('.■■^ttmirr a1 $12.00 



ail' 



Dressing Table 

M',-mtil'nl W'litiiu' 



1 '< -I'; markc,( 



$00.00 Table .'$1^.00 

$10.00 Somnoe .$20.00 

$35.00. 



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Kitchen Furniture 



When buying, kitchei; furniliire, it is natural for yon t 
VVeiler's as headquarters foreverything for the kitchen. 
Kitchen Treasures, .w,itl.i.tvua,^bi4is-,-pasted3Qa,r^} anrl drn^vcr 

Kitchen Tables ran, gc Tmni JP3.25 to 7V~.~. 

Elat Top Folding Tables from $5.00 to 

Kitchen Chairs at. from $i..SO to 

Kitchen Cupboards at 

Glass Top Kitchen Cabinets, golden fir finish, at 

Kitchen Cabinets, in natiirnl niaplc finish at, each 

Kitchen Cabinets, in chcrrv finish, at 



think ■hi 

. . $7/.'^0d 

$2.00 

. $4.00 

$S.00 
$18.00 
$30.00 
$22.00 




HOOSlER^PE(f|^ 



Choose All Your 

Summer Furnishings 

At This Store 



HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINET 

Tile acme of perfection in kitchen labor-saving devices—a cabinet that holds almost 
(•■\cr\ thing for the. kitchen. Aluminum top, which is. so easily kept clean Weilcr'a 

pricc7$4b.00. 



Headquarters 

For All Needs, in 

Sutt^cr Burnituff 




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WvfinMday, Auguit 3, ^9^i. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



If It's From the 

Montellus Piano 
House 

It's a Good One 
^" The Kranich & Bach. 
Broadwood, Bell, Haines 
Bros, and Chickering Pianos 
grace the studios and par- 
lors of the leading piano 
connoisseurs of every civil- 
ized nation. 

Any if, the ahM\ c nanu"^ 
^::«nZllie- fall, ibq^rd nf your 
piano is not' only a Guaran- 
tee of, its Intrinsic Value 
\vlicre\cryoujnnay go, but 






enhances your ■ taste anxf 
riludgmcnt in' the c-limaiinu 
of vour friends. 



Sold Only by 



SOCIAL ANDPERSONAL 

Mr.s. Ilorlicrt J, lOUmuiidB id u viail'M" 

ill town IruiiJ Miilni-y Island. 

» •'^ ■• " ■--- - .._.-., -• - 

Mi-K. Uethune, rruni Vancouver, . Is 

xlaiting irifnclsi at. KaqiilmaU. 

"•. • ' • • 

Miss ABailia Saah Ls spoiicling her 
hiilicUi>s Avitli Vnivi:ou\or l'rUniilfc»-. 

• » * 

CapUiiu and .M rn. S.iUfir ;in:> viyiLarB 
in Liu- CaplU'l I'l-'iin tlir Tvi-Miiniil City. 

Mr. .jn.siicc ClcrnVm,' Ts^tt^^^^^gsfM 
iV\o Vlmyn'vea holol. ■':~:"~y ■ -^!'^''~~..::'. 

■«♦'•■■ 

■"■"■Mr:""8SPTi'S"T:«w LM't la.sr nlijlit "n a,,- 
iMisincss trip to X'aiicouvor. 

Hr i:rn('.'<t IIhH left last niglil "ti ;i 

trill III Wuicouvrr. .-:■---• 

■*..,«■■■■* 
D*; Bai't leave,<5 today, via the C.P.S., 

oil u visit -tsi^wSydnt'y. N.B; - 

• ,,!•-♦':'■ 

'riic HorirW. J... Bowser. Alt.orin\ - 
UoiierHl, ari-lvi'd on tliP Prim-oaa Ohur- 
lovtc from YanciiliVf'r >'est>'r<lay. 

w> v <• 

.Mr. and Mr.s. J. M, Savago 1< fi \ en- 
torday, via the C.P.R.. "n a ^'^1' '" 
Toronto. ' 
' _. *^ •,.,.:•, 

School Trn.<te€«-X— B. M<-N' il "''ni 
over tQ_VaJicouver laHt nlplu (m-tho 
I 'lia riVicrT -■/•-•■■-- 



MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE. LTD. 

. >; 1104 Government Street 
Corner I'r.n TcI. i [ 

B. P. GREENE 

Victoria House 



Mi,s. spaldiifg; from South. T. n.Pr 
.IsJiind, is the guest of he.r mothor, -Mrs. 
Maekav, Carhprry iiHrdcns. 



Manager 



OTi Sunday, aflor a three niorithe visit 

111 the wast. 

• ■ « • 

Mr. A. B. «". Todd and wifi' returned 
Xronr Uvp- Twmt'rmt <-4ty yesterday al- 

tcrnoon. 

• * • 

Mr H SlanUn, ol' Victuriu W»-'.tl, ro- 
tunled Iruni^XfUiWyvyfT. yeattrrday yii 

the I'riucess Cnarlbttc. 

• * * 

' Mrs !•'. B. KItto wUI not/ rocolvo at 
.home days duvlng .Vugusl or Septem- 
ber. 

• • • 

"Mr "A O, AVardniti.of l.'Muliin, Kng- 
Tund. la a vliilt^or In the city at the Eni- 

iirt'sa It'ilfl. 

, ♦ » * 

Mrs (J I'"., Stoily. Mr.«, Colo and Mlna 
K ("olo r<«tnrn.>d to the city lawt eve- 
JihiK from tlowlcimn lake, wliero Uicy, 
have been visiting for tho.paat AveeH, 

* ■♦ * 

"Mr. and Mra. W. <'.. ' 'atnf^ron r(<tiirn- 
M last evpnlng irom tin- Uiverside ho- 
tel, Cowi'chan lake, where Ihpy liav-e 
spent several days on a p!easuntijaun|. 

' I,-. " ".: ■ "♦ »•--*■-;- ■•— _ — — ■ 

' -Mr. George Jay. city ■'police maglR- 
truto Icl't for' Ottawa last nigfht ae- 
ronMi'a'nled by Mrs. Jay and the Misses 
.la\V as I'ar as Banff. • , 
• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Innes. iV»iii Lnn- 
don KuKlamI, are at jircsent on a short 
visit to N'iel.iria, with whlilr ihey 'are 
L'harmed. 




^J 




.Ml. I I 
Northeiii 
Ore. 



Gill left yesterday, via the 

,, i!i, , ..i\ a trip to Portland. 



■ Mr, anC'Klrs. Robertson, -ii - ha\o 
h>en^iio fpiests of reltttlv-eri iu town 
for the past few yvt'ok?, are'Jeavhig to- 

d,i\' for their )i<'me In I'aeoma. 



August S* of Sateens 
^Slolines and Cre- 




Mr. and Mrs. II. Chapniai'i, Mis.- 
Chapman and MIssr -T. Chapman 
visitor.'^ in town from Chicago, and 

i I guests ai lii^ Dominion. 



Silkolines' for drapery, in all colorV, finfiircd imd plam. • f^uia 1^' ■^' 




Carls, PiiffB, Braida and 

Transfonnatlon* in aVl 

Styles at 



i Mrs. J.uue.s ^U:i'orn!aeK jxp-_\j-^ii''i • i" 
j the city froiai Now YofK, ' 

I , ^ * -»- • 

MIsrIb. GaudliiTvCTioiras boeu'W^nd- 
ing the past few weeks visiting friends 

i in Vancouver, has returned to town. 

<; z • •■,•*- ■. . ■ 

Mrs! Arthur Harvey and Miss IlSr- 
,.;. from Rossland, are eirjriymg a 

' \ :■ ii t.i Victoria. 

I . • • 

! .Mr. and ilrs. R. Peebles, from New 
Westiwlnster, are spending -ft-f<-w days 

In town. — 

* *. ■ 

MX, John" t'araQna- arrly^ed_ .la.tojvn: 
(vif-rday from Portlana.^^Ore,; on a 

,. ; ,-, ,< ss visit. .<)•■':■ 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 
•Phone 1175 Douirlas St. 



-JMr. Robert Stewart, from Boston, 
[ Mass.. is spending hlw-suthmer h<>Uday3 

I with his parents in the city. 

'^ i-.,, » 



.Mr.--. K. !• 



■turned to the city 



Mr. F. W.,'Stevem«a+H-the well known 
..tuekbroker.l returtied to the .eity yes- 
terday rrom\a brifiXArlp- to the Ter- 
minal I'ity. -- ,^ ; ^ 

' *_ * \ _.u-..- 

Mr, K. s, l.umsden. A.H.B.," om 
the best known of the prespiit tU.\ 
KngH»h-et€hewir l» »taytne iu^ the crty 
In the. course otAjrlpTound the .world. 



Figured Sateens, JilJiJl iL^-'l' > i'-' • 
joc ami J5C, [,ur.,.,pcr,y,;,ir(.l„, 



krmilai" 



Re.versible Cretonnes, in lancy 
(liiuhje widlli. I\t',-n!ai- -]<k-, 



(lesig-ns, 
lor. i)cr 



, , .. T 

■ Mr. T. G. Mitchell, of VahcauiMavt 
arrived In the city yesterday afternoon 
on the Princess Charlotte, on a busi- 
ness trip. - 

;. • • » <_■_ ,_ 

— Mr. "and Mt#. J. T. MaCdonatd~Hnd 
child left yesterday on a three months' 
Alslt to Xew Yo r-k aii ^ 



points. 

,, - ■ .m m .■ 

Mr. B. Kinsman returned from the" 
^P«r4nlnal City yesterday on the Prin 



Remember 

Remember that the careful b.uyer, 
wanting a sure return for his 
money, always comes here for 
his Clothes! 

REMEMBER liic reputation -our good 
clothes have gained' lot tis and the splendid ^ 
iabws and' perfect . Tailoring yoto are Sflfe _ 

lit gettiii'g whenyol 




<es3 Charlotte, after* being there for 
several days. . _.- -^. . 

/Mr. and Mri. WVvR. Finlay and 

Ifurhlly have returned from a three 

Imnntlis vlsji to relatives In St. Pa.ul, 

Des Moines. . Washington and other 

eastern citiCB, ■ ■'■■'■■' 



er5_ 



,,, REMEMBER the stewing f^^^t^^'^'i^^ 
fcrent styles of,cut and the handsome pat- 
tcrns^you find here from whiph you can 

inake^ f;clccti6n! 



REMEMBER ihaiour $1.5, $20 



> or 



.$30 Siut.. our $16, $20 or $25 Overcoats, 
,,ur $4, $6 or $8' Trousers are not duplicat- 
ctl anywhere at.lhcSe very pleasinj^ prices! 



•. . * ■... •' ■ 

.Mrs. Horace Palmer, nee Rosie Van 
SieUlin, is leaving on this mornings 
boat for Seattle and Sound' cities, 
where she. w-11! ^ i«it "ith friends for 
a few week«. 

.Mr. and Mrs. tU-orge Jay and 
(laughter.s. leave today on .a trip to 
KimtT. lilagistratB Jay will proceed on 
his wa.v east on a three weeks tp'iii 
and on hl»-^"eturn will join h' i ' '■ 
again at Banff. 

c... • • • 

Mr. and .- ■ :,.-•..■• ■•! ; -^ 

. r.lllian Buukt'ei of -WinnipcK, are si'cnd- 
' ing a few days In Victoria guests uf 
1 Mr.-««UT Mr».^ J-tarry . XJuckle;:-:(it:-:AiniL 
llvhioM strfct anfl; Mr. and' Mrst. .Walter 
' S lak Bay. 

, • • * 
I Alfred Htxlges, A. Hodges, jun., W. 
! fJowell, \V. Dowell, jun., .\lbert Cob- 
iliin and Albert >lorton, all from Blr-' 
imlngham, F.n>f . }<'■» aomnM^ "reeept neW- 
itomers to Vi ' making 

] their future !i 



Cretonnes, in fancy designs. Regular joc 
::^^^SLnsl3SCr tor, per yartl 15c^ 



; i : ( 



30<^ 



Hungarian Cretonnes, in i'er^iall (lc.>-ij;ii>, 
revcr.sililc. i\cL;iilar 50c, I'cr yard 35<^ 



Barrett Flexible Curtain Rods 

Half Price 



at 




Y -^mr=^^^,i-' — -y^-i-^fg^itTC-irxta 



Dress Goods and Dreta- 
HHjMftO • specialty. A 



large arid expert itaff. 



Thomson's 
ting Corsets. 



GloN 



Fit- 





1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



Latest Ideas in High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Gloves. 
Morley's Hosiery, 
Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear. 



■'i'- ■>' i 
Jiowron, .Ml.os I'.Muft''. "Mis.s Holmes. 
(L>uncan.s), flu- .Mia^es Tlllun, Messrs. 
O. Karriell, .\lathcrsou,r.>iunde?; (liirnet, 
Dixon.' .Martin. Uewltson, Daire.n, 
^pajd' ^ ; Wirmo'L 

- -■ «-^-*-r ' 

PROVINCIAL PRESS , , 

Mr. Martin's Methods. 



Indian Names/ 



1 



that there must be a closer study ofj 
the maps issued year after year by the, inquiries' rea 
provincial government, of the iiewer'j ,),(.„ "gg t„ jii^. c-i^i.i; ^ .u. ' .., ili^- 
sections of the province," if t^he value Indian names by which various 
■of the potenlialitios'ajid Ihe achiev,e-| ^^^^y„g ^nd localities are known. It ia: 
metus of railroad ^ulldets, settlers* jjy. ^^ means an easy matter to ans-| 
and prospcctprs is to be intelligently | ^yp,. gm;^ querioa. For Instance, we: 



i..rnprehei)ded. What the forces of 



civiUzatlon are doliTg for the newly 

c„,vvi». developing region along the line of 

Hon. Joseph Martin has a striking ^»'^,,2P"f the"Mlciit %r"ss^vZ\ 

theory that political parties In office ;^^%V Im^ what St lu-r He dl t^ 

should keep the pledges which they l^'fQ^; .^^^^^^^^^ by tU scoter. tW min- 

i rhade In^ opposition^ Elected on .th* "re %^^^ ^>^^:'l^^^\,,,,^. 

j same; platform as- MT.-Asau Ith,, Mu ' « . ^^,\,^,.^.^^ ,„ .his Issue ot the 



have never been able to satisfy our- 



-TH E- 



Real Lace Shop 

To Be Raffled— An oh! la.e 
fiounce, 100 .\ lais 'iild. rjOi: ehaii'.'e. 

1214 Brosd 5t. 






ALLEN & CO. 

FIT-REFORM 

The Home of Good Outfitting 
1201 GOVEF^NlWENT STF^EET , 



•fuos - 

tor. .Mr. Wright has 
pleasant-ttme in the 
having to leave. Tl 



>in .loycMi liy tne _ abandons the nrogratnme he will agent there dur 

"s'^'snent' 'nerCl^t%K C" tlSfe ab^^^^^ Kiance^at the^. 

Ht^'anrt rounds l*"- «ho Is reiualning Ir. the old pu- tasy It will be 

.^%,r frf:'.;ds U'tlo.. Mr^ Martln-s determlnatlpn to J^n^^!^ -, 



. British. C6- 

the obsjCi'YA- 

the provincial 

> ,„ past year. A 

the map aljJu reveals how 
lor a railway from 
the Grand Trunk Pa-., 



having to leave. The .;t,any frie.u.s « on .^^ , .wartm s oe^^e n„„^u^^^ . citlJtureVeh this region by travcrs: 
whom he luLs.won.durij.K hl.s brie, sc^adl re n paH^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ tributaries 



REMOVAL NOTICE 



Madame Russell 



.1ourn_..excmpllfy the iiopularity which 
I h'o en Joyed. - 

.Mrs. W. TL I..Hng1py, I''6ul Bay road, 
was hostess on Friday last at a very 
.1. llglitful daru'e. The house _wa» 
iiarnilngly decorated with quahtUies 
..f .Shasta daisies and sweet peas, and 
among thcguests were; Mrs. Bnis. Mr. 

jutid .Mrs. A. Crease. Mr. and Mrs. H. 

I (ailcsi)te, .Mr. and .Mrs. .Shall'-riiss. Mr. 

land .Mr.s. Garnet, Mr. ami .Mrs. Mus- 

I kett, .Mrs. and Mls.s McClnrc. Mr«5. 

I .Marr, the Misses Angus, the .Misses 
.Maekav, Miss Nellie Newcombe, Miss 



selves as to the exact meaning of the 
term "Okahagan." None of the" In- 
dians here appear to have very clear 
ideas on the matter, and we can find 
no warrant for the impression that; 
exists In some qu-arters that It means 
"treacherous water." Mr, Isaac ^ 

~--.^ . Harris, the well known official in- j 

an ai-tfcleNjn it rprcter to whom we are- Indebted j 

for muclt liUormati'in along , these; will remove on June 30 from David 
lines, says that no Indian ot his ac- 1 Spencer. Ltd.. building to 
Quaintanie professes tO'lttiow the_ . 715 Courtney street. 

exact meaning of: the name. There, • __i_„ ' 

arc other ■• appelatlons concerning ,• ,, ; r 

which thcre.ls no. such doubt: vund P""l'-'> any lurther inf,,, ,a,U,..n ..,, 
the explanation of a few of t lese 1,, ^resting subject .shoyld any ot 

will ^r^obably be of some Interest. ""^^ '- ^''^ to throw further 

Starting at the ctitrance of the Okan^ ; l'^"^ '•>' i"" '"a.t.r \ ei non .News, 



^•"hT■h''h^? iVi.V,iKpri"him^lf'« valleys of tho tributaries 1 triarcmg ai lue uuuttuti: u.. •...«. w.>,.."^ j 

seems l^o ' ha/e sZetl ITg^ o^ • »"rth ' of the great inland! agan Valley, we find that Uie name 

f, emi it 3 as tT^Sated him' river of the Newer Canada. It was by Sicamous means' a streiim_4ialLdJng 

f o cinirtlA ofnclll^ E waterway thn disoovei;*r- oI the round a hill; .Spallumcheen is trans- 

my drltc him 6ttt-#krBpH^^s^^^^^ Mackenzie river came througl, the fatpcl^ ui^4«v«l.^nlcut the river; ; e 

ma.\ ^r>''.e M"":""'-"^^" ,_„•.__,,, y,-..^ -.e'i.teira ..f.th« Piuice to liritlsli u-oior„nikH^ Is 111 d healing power s 



aii«K,1 Va*«1V' ■■l»B»,V»-» w- — -— ^--- 

ieral p,8trty— Rovelstoke Mall-Herald. 



Tlie i^lew, British Columbia. 
A most profiialile occupation for" ?['.^?_ ^*?^if ", 



head -\Cater8 of the Ptoace to British 
<:olunil)la and by tho' Upper tYaser 
and the Black water reached tii& Pa- 
A few years xnoro and 




Honors for the Successful. 

i..i!'-^t returns fnini Bisl'-.s' more 

. inphatica;iy indicate the 'marvellous 

Kalamalka Is mild healing powei-| shooting done 1^' Staff-Sergt. Fred 
The iiaiheHt is said, given to an an- Richardsdn, of thfc Fifth Regiment 
clerit medicine man; Shuswap appears His seur,.- In the grand aggregate was 
to have 'two meanings, sunbath and' 34. > -3.50 or an average^ of ^^i 

uehv Kelownals the lirdian word for out at all ranges in the Daily 

llip people of British Columbia- is to ^"^;"^;V„■^^Aimown" lands' which in ,wtu. if, -ir Pent cton means where .Graphic he made 34 out of 35. in the 

gour, . ,!>, .1. . ! : ! M- V -tmlnster Culumlaan. I thn.nuh :, ,l.t, ^^f ^''" ". '"^«- '';;„,,„,,, ,„^.,,i,,,,.„,, i„ the Alexandra 

Ii!) out uf 70 In the armmiries (7 shm.^ 
at aOO .vards) 34 out of 35. In the 
sweepstakes he was first at 600 yards, 
second at UOO yards. tliird at l.ooo 
yards. He won the aKgregate cross 
iVonze. the Service Rifle medal; the 
All-comers medaU the Territorial med- 
al, the Martin Aggregate medal.' As 
alreadv intimated here he finished 
eighth in ihR King's prl-/.« and won ov- 
ir $-100 in money.— Nanaiino Herald. 




THE BEAUTIFUL HOME 

ON OAK BAY AVENUE 



...1 



louse, with vii.mdah and 

imiiciicd i!i nil->bed fii'. 

laii.tly ^l<'.t:l,ievS closet 

fioh^r-a beantv — fiiv 

(if ml il "•'! It \ 



1 re 



h,u] in v, liii ('• c;!,'! ni< 



r im- 
Dalconv : 

lu'iifai 1) t !h' -iaii 
ishcd-in green f)urlai>. I';iiil'! 
fii-r-ratc and inaF'- ' ^'^'l coui 
■'the white drawiiii, i.M.ni. Ii 
\ntl7'sinenH1crnum"re1ni1r> aru ^^r.iu-. i 
Iiancllfd in ted burlai), wiili rubbed fir 
'The rcilii^g^is'beamecrvvilli iir and w i'rt i 
,'iiid at the four intersections. ' . 

1 )n one :?jrtde- :is:a^4ieaivf4? u t l y. iniish cfUw I ^ ^^^ m i.in iii^U-iUiuj^U. 
the rightapdMt ot il i' : '■ ^Icrl h-lii rbina flosct. Avith cm,, 



!C I 



1111 



S 



1 11 1 1 - a I - ' I 

ranics and ])latc rait- 
frgTiOnThc -ceil t re 



Ml 



PRICE 



$6,300 



CASH 



The kitclu'ii i- fiiu-licd willi ■ainta -, and lead-, into a wrW 
iiilc.j ])antr\. witli ^\\ in- <\""V. uiio (liniiiL;^ riHnn. i'luni ilir 
icii' !iall\va\ \m' rntcr the 1)a:rnK'nt . with cerfiehfttbor. 



a rr ci MU'cnicn 



11 



Till' four bedroom 

1 - Kini 1- inn^liri] w\\\\ \\ Inlc ccriKnt 
iin, ,,;_,., ( K'oi- ilu' wajsltbLLwl is. a 
ill ilic diior. Tlir i-'ilct i'^ scparaic. 



IK 



hn: 



ir 



ni.i 



iiattcrn, an 
rnp1>' lard. 



I lie h.a'll 

d licst ol all 
w lib mirroi" 



lir);ir(l 



bcloWi 



$1 



Balance to Arrange 



Leaded !igiit> are Iavi^lil\ u-^( V, ,ii 
lie&tTan ( 1 1 1 1 c4m3 ui^e^is i u i ) e d fur In 



i.ace. 



ln' li.iial \\ arc is of t lie 

'T'hc tiwner has spar- 

7 cfi^ expense lolnalie thi s' hohve"<l u r abl c and btaiitif tdnin ( 1 

ibe purchaser ina\ be jiislly prnnd nf Mieli a h()hrc~arsueh a low 

figure. The grounds are 64,x i _' i . witliJ4 ft. lane at rear, and 

is nicelv*fenced in harmony ^\ ith the liou-.e. 




TT & LETTS Moody Block, Yates Street 

■^ '. -"— • ■■ ' - — — i^— ^:~- 



iilllili 




Lightning Mail Service. 
IImu the jiostinaster-general i>iles 
uji his iirofils at the expense of the 
Vicoplc refused satisfactory sopviee is 
IHu.strated anew by the result ,<>f »n 
Iminirv by a resident ot Clover VHlle.i, 
as to why the British Columbia mail- 
ed aT 7s' ew Westminster on Mnnday 
eA'l^Hi fs" not received .until Tluirs- 
dav. The • Inspector's offJ,s;e at ^an- 
eouver writes that it Is a pljysical Im- 
possibility to make better time be- 
tween the two i.nlnts under the pres- 
ent arranxcTTients which stall the iia- 
ners at Cl.iverdalc for two days. I he 
distance Is 14 miles; walking time saV 
four ho\irs; post^ufice time three da>b. 

—Columbian. 

. •» - 

DOCTORS ENDORSE HERPlCIDE 

Because Its Formula Is Submittsd to 
Then* 
.Mrxander MiMllhin, M. O.. a proml:; 
nrnt phvHlcinn "f Lansing. .MIchlgHn, 
writes' "On three cases I have tested 
llerpicldc fi-r dandruff and the fWult 
has been all that oonid hn desired. 
I Hcrnlcide Is m«Ml* »!»" »«» .*"*^i'*%. 
' new principle, that \m. that dandruff 
1 and falling half «re c«w"«^ '*"'*"«* 
microbe that hif«»t« the Itajr Butt.. 

Herplclde Is the ©nly h*«r reiwwnr, thiit 
! cTKinii w. «i« Twtty *M«. *Mrtw»y iw 
dandruff gwms. . ^ -, m •*.. 

Sold by ieadln* 4rutf«l«U>r ■«»* J*^ 
In stamps for sample to t%» H«rpl^«» 
c:o., Detroit, Mich. pMmUr Hot««^,j 

Agent, viUJiovtitnmmt alreel. ^ 

Take « trip artiSnA ,th« do«ft# ^ 
stoannfirw t>f P- ^- *<■' **. t-O.; 
weeltly. <?ihe»,t» exciJtMiton r«t«. 



..-....^..-^ 



fin^mmmmmmmiMmiimmmm 



»!^^!is§imm 



wrwwTT*"'*^^ 



/ 






^tiMK?i<.3J»ia*vJ: 



■Bi*'-iv.iiyw*i/'.i.i» 



VICTOMJU DAU.y--JC50ljQS1S3r 



5 



,^.^.._ z„ 



Wtdnctday, August 3, 1|19> 




gs 




Flags 



\Vc luivc a Complete S.topk of 

BRITISH AND CANADIAN 

" ENSIGNS 

UNION JACKS, BUNTING, etc. 

LAUNCH FLAG POLES, SOCKETS AND 

HALLIARDS 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 



The ShiDchandiers 



1202 Wharf Street 



NEWS OF THE CITY 



Catadonia Sociaty io Maat. 

The regular moHlngr of tlio 



Cale- 
donia s.H-lely will bo liclcl thin e-ve- 
iiiiiK al S u'lloi'k 111 th« A. O, U. W. 
hall. AU iiuinliers of tlio Hoclety are 
spetlally rtiiueHtfd to be present. 



THE WEATHER 



c, 



Sanitation At Mines 

J)r. <•. J. Kugan.srcretury ol' tht- uro- 

■ vliKlal health lioard, has bpcri orflere.j 

to visit the Crows Neat district and 

rfjiort on;iLlie cani/ar.v c<jnditipii of the 

.nilnts at \ Michel/. -> 

1 Favors Juvenile Court. 

I ^-PrnviiKlal,, l\ilii;i^ Superinl.-mlent 

I Hiissrv ha« put 111 it rt?pori (•< ili«^ gov- 
eriinvcni lavorniK tlu- ostahllshnKMU of 
I a. iuvunilc v'onri^ mul rPcoinmiMuliiifi; 
I ihiit tlie flrrjt <>Aperinn»nl in this illvcr- 
! tiiiii In' niailn In Vlclurin. 



■ Mr. Morden Escapes 

''''■"F'iFiemIs of Mr. lltirj-y Jdordo'n, oC ihi; 
Banl; of British North Amorl.-'ti, \vill 
be pioasod to hfaV ol* his miraculoiis 
^ pfii'.'lti'P'TrrTTr- tht* diwatiler I'i th"- 
II 1 iuei : diu'rf lie: TTtir lilt:::' •thnni g-h 
iGrftflc forest Urea there. 



Kaslo 
th*! 



Mr. Stringer's Parents Here. 
Mr. Hugh Arliutliiiolt .StriuK^tir and 
faiiiilv lm\» iuo\ od "ttT— \"ictoria und 
are residing at !)15.$i. Charles street. 
.\ithur Slri;ngor, fpc' Canadian poet, 
and novelist who is a son of Mr, 
is i'xpeetijd to visit his par- 



Just Received 



A S|>i<?iTdiTl so Ice ti^ of 

Huntley & Palmer's and 
Jacobs' Celebrated Biscuits 

Fresh and Crisps- 



stringer, 
ents. thl.s fall 



HUNTLEY .S: J'-UJUi'.KvS l5rc;al<laM. Gtruiiation. Jialiaii 
\[acaroons.4'<?tijyicHitFc^Albcrt, Tea Rilsks.Xaiint''y l-''^'- 
Marie ami Nurserv Rhymes. ■ ' ; '' — 



Mr. Winsby Recovering.. '^ 

'i:hc„iiiaji.> iiii-iid.s uf .Vlr. V^lalter 

^\■ln.'3by will be pleaised to hear of Ills 
rapid iniprovc;nent after an operation 
[■•rfornied at St. Joseph's. Hospital. 
.MfnoUBlV dolnff so w-ofl He will not- +)6- 
able to take his pUic'c /on the city's 
which leaves next 'week for tlie 
A. shoot at Ottaw^. 



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team 
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Teamsters Form Union. 
■J'lir H'aui.slcrs of this eiiy formed a 
union last evening and have elected 
H.'vi-ral delegates to represent them at ly^^, 
tlH' regular meetlns of the-Trades and 
l.abor Council tonight. They will he 
affiliatPd with the. loaal Trades and 
LalK>r V'oiincll and also the Dominion 
'I'rades Congress. 



MetcoroloKieai rtffleo. N'liloila, B 
at *» p. "1.. AuifUHt 2, 1!'I0: 
«VNIJJ-'.SIS. 

The )>aiorn"lt>r remains liiuli over ihl.s 
pro\iiice KiKi with t be ex<'»»|i1 lim of rain 
at I'rliK-e Uiipeil tin' wciilher remains 
t1n>r and Uvvarnier ImhIi thruiiKliour tlm 
I'aemr Hloi;ir and ea.«;twnrd to MHulLolja 
where lhuridor.*)tojin;< are reported. 

Tb:.\irKKATi;t<rc. ,, 

J 
Victoria ......... ...;,. 60 

N'fiiicoiiver/ 

f»jpw Wpstmlnater 

KfltntoOps' ~jr 

BiirkervlUOi 

I'rii'ice lliijicTi. 

.Mllii 

I.iawson, ^'. '1'. 

i I 'alKary, Alta ^ 

I ^^'""'.U.'.M' '^•nn 

I rurtlBiiei. (Ire 

San l''ranci.scci. I'al 

I'MitiseAaTK. 

for 1.M h.(!.ur.'< 11' im .■' ii 

Vielorla iind \'ji:lnil.\; Whid.s nio.^tl.\ 

-westerl.v and.'aputherly, fine ludny aiirl 
Thursday, iitfttloii.'ny i>\- hish«r len^per- 
atin'e^ ' ]" '71^ r.- ■ '.^.J,.- 

I^ower Mnlniand: hlsht to inndiMnu" 
vv ind.s. tliip iind warm today and 'J'hm>- 
day. 

■iTi:.-;t'Ay. 

Mi.The,"!! i;;» 

r.owesi , ...... 'ill 

.MfMii .... .'i:i 

.Mui.-iliiii.'. I :; h'l' •■ I :i . I : i.i ev. 

/ ■ ♦_,___ — ■ ■ 

Organ Recital This Evening , 

Preparations for the leptjura- and or- 
gan recital to be^ijlven this evening .at 
;S-oJ:locJi in the Metropolitan church by 
the Rev. r>r: Btand^ and Mr. Kdvvin 
Parsons tiave heT<n perfected and the 
programme of the evening ^^■i!l tnke 
the following form: ^ - 

.Andante and~ATTeprr.i F K. n.irlic. 
Amlantino (K'vening chauvei; 

March Brilliant. C. .1. l;.i. ... nan; An- 

^iunte. Violin Coiuerto, Mendel.Msohn. 

'The lecture will take place at 8.30 p. 
m., the subjeit being "Impressions of 
tJie Old World." " - 



Au^s|Specials 



DRESS 
GOODS 



)-',or one wepk we are iii'fi-rins; 
faiwy tweeds, plaid."! and lii.'^tf'-s, 
regular 4.Uc and fiOe Ro'uds ' for 
pi'T .I, a ni 25c 

DiirinK ..•\Ui?U8t, Vyc -gliall rnii- 
tinue to sell all whit»; .Vihiuses at 
greatly ,reduced prices. 

.^amjile Curtain ends- -a litiiit- 
pd (luaiitlty, at each' '-'Sc ami 35c 






:as 




G. A. Richardson* Co. 

Victoria Houae 636 "Vates St. 



\Ve have these in th.rce, four and live ])iiccs l.r(/)ni 

$60.00 Down to $12.50 

Popular aiul Jvxclu.sivc Patterns 
QUALITY— THE BEST 

— — — — ■ ^ ' ' ' .. , , . . — - — - . . . .1 1 ... ' — :...:i_ . 

REDFERN & SONS 



loog Government Street 



Victoria, B.C. 




l.\ 






vki )l^S U lvM)WNRn tUJaCyrrS,:Chct^sc !■ lakcs,, Sejeci; 
<m1 am! riclt assorted. Poio. Milk Chocolattr, Puff Cracki^ ell. 
Oak Cakesr Mairii^. Tea ivusks. - , . ■' " r^^^^y-^j-^: 



H. 0. KIRKHAM, GROCER 

Corner Fort and Douglas Streets 



Phone 178 



Pouttrymen to Meet. 
.\ 111. •••line oi' ihi' I'oultr:- l-"aju iers* 
.ussociation 
tonltrltrTtn 
rangt'ivii-nts 
« ale's foi' 



of this city is called for 
T^aTrorhalt. t.V vmake ar- 
for and to appoint dele- 
the hig meeting of the B. C. 
Poultry a.ssociation, which is being 
held, in Vancouver the latter part <n 
this month in- connection, with tlie 
Vancouver exhibition. 




AND 



Maka 'Catch «t Mill 
Seventy-line speckled 



Stream, 

trout from 
-ittl^Strpsrm^ within a fevv noTirs Avas i 
thexesult of a fishing expedition 
which Me.s.frs, M orris, -<'onftk>n, Gil-^ 
ro.v and MvGlinn,-the-tw« latter vial- ! 
tors from Seattle made yesterday- af-j 
tcrnoon. 'Ais the-rfTsult uf the success- 1 
ful work of the anglers their friends': 
enjo.\'ed in substJuitlal manner a. fish 
.suriper last evening. | 



Bookcases 

^ I'KW Ki'i'i'.KS .WD 
TYPKWRn'iXC 
Sl'l'lM.ll.S 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY. LTD. 

7.M W.'lCS Si. Phone 7.30 



AUTOMOBILt BARGAIN 



\\c lia\e for >alc Hi' d I'-argain. One Spcci.il I'liiik' 15 to 
jii Mi.rsc' I'owcr ClcmciU Talbot"' a-Seater. fitted ;iii . unvplcte 
wiili Tup,, i k:.a(^I, amps; Side .-oid Tail- Lainii-. .Ma-iicto and 
accmmdalMr Tgintion, spare TTrcTand Rim. Tlii^ car was 
specially built fox B. C ro^d~and c--i "• cr Im.ooo, u'^^^ Si.Soo/' 
or unit exchange for Real Estate. 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. oppo»ite spencer-. Victoria, B. C. 



►.*■ * ♦ • ♦-• ♦-• ♦-♦- 



™^ MIKADO 
BAZAAR 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Rjipclal salt! for Bamboo Ullnd. 
gxS. $l.:;rj. and 6.\7 loc. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



Grace Lutheran Mi.ssion. , 
\\ ciliu'sdriy. .Nugust ard, will 
marked in the history of Grace JLuth- 
cran .Mission as an Important step 
lorward. Tenders fur bids on the 
(hurch. building will, be received. Rev. 
.\. C. wVnda. SuFieritiTemlenr of Home 
Missions, western division, will also 
rTTTiresent at the meeting to be con - 
dueled Wedn^'sday, S p. m.. at the 
tent, corner of Hlanchard and Queens. 
All members and friends are therefore 
most' earnestly requested to attend 
iho nuetiinsr. O. W^nninK. pustor 



.-V number of relics ■ of prehistoric 
TJJidtan*: llf# have .liefitfc^^t-ought hi to- 
be Nelson by Frank Phillips from his 
• ranche at Grahtte. they having been 
recovered from n riiound supiioscd t'l 
mark .an aborlRlnal battleground. 



Beautiful Presents 

Exclusive and handsome de- 
signs in silverware make 
worthy and lasling presents. 
The renowned trade wark 

1847 ROGERS BROS. 

on spoons, forks, knives, or 
fancy serving pieces gi/aran- 
tees the best silver plate. 
".Sillier Plate that Wears" 

Btil ItaitU, dishes, wiiltt}, 
tic. , are stamped 

MERIDEN BRIT! CO. 

lOI.D BT I.liMSU I.»iIS».>l 



JAS. LEIGH & SONS 



Lumber 



WholeBale and 
j • Retell 

Miils ' Lumber 

Foot of ■ Lath 

Turner Street Shingles 

Victoria, B.C. j Bill Stuff 

and manufacturers of all kW-'Js of 
Sash. Factory and I^lanlng Mill 
Goods. 



The Piirest 
The Safest 



Alway.-, Clean 
No Dust V Cans 



BOTTLED MILK 

From the 

I '' 

Victoria Creamery & 
MilK Supply Co. 

Dealers in. . 

Ivmoi Ice -Cream, Cream., 
Milk, Htittermilkand' Butter 

Phone 1344 



Island Tr«il Wanted. 
\ I ;t ion has been revived i'.v tho | 
pill. ill' works department f«r a road 1 
ti> I'onnect from the main trunk road 
to Hltzgerald's Cros.sinir on the iC. and 
N. railwa.v. from \vhkh there Is al- 
terhate dallj- connection' with the 
Sooke'stageT " The road t? the railway 
line te-alreadv slashed and Brn'Icd and 
the completion from the railway will, 
it Is estimated, cost Jl.OOO. An alterna- 
tive application has been fllf^d with the 
iniljllc works department for the con- 
strifctlon. or a truH .from the fc5um- 
mtt.Aover three or- /our miles trom 
SOOH4 Lake, at a c«Bt ot #60p. 



Off to Convention. 
ChW of rollce J, -M. l.anghw 



Latest importations From China 

LAdleM' and Gents' pllk underweaur. 
noft. warm, neat and llifht: i:enl»' uy- 
jamae In beaullful fitrlpuea allk. Tne 
newest ntylps of beautiful etni'rulfif-red 
allk klmonaa. Nothing morn heiiutiful. 
Tha loveliest allk eiiiluuliierucl doyllea 
ever ahcvvn. 

QUOHO MAM TVWa (t OO. 
P. O. Bor 98. 1716 Governiiipnt .^l. 



\\c Guarantee Our 

Ice Cream 



If 



llie Jop ol \U% 




Absolutely Pure 

Cream and Fruit Juices Only 

,\ I i<.di and iiiilrit ii Mi^ tu' id. 
.\ dclici'ius \\ arm weather 
daiiily. 

W.ilmit nisqitc and Mar- 

:''"■ liri. ' :ivc vvvy nice. 
to Or 



Any Flavoi 



-M^r 



Tel. TOI 



CLAY'S 

619 Port Street 



wnt 
over to Vancouver yesterday on the 
Princess Victoria to attend the annual 
convention of the Chief Constaijles' 
.\3soclatlon of Caiiada which will be 
I convened there this week. Heads 
of the varlo.us polire departments 
throtighout the Dominion will fore- 
gather at the Termlnalilty. the BftSr 
■jions to be devoted to discussions of 
matters' pertalnlng'to police work and 
adminisflration. ., .Tr:hief La.nKley will 
extend to the rlftleRates an invitation 
to visit Victoria after the termlna-:, 
tlon of the conventifflDu 1_ _™_.. 



I'iiils ^\,'ZT* 

Oiiart< . . .^ $l.r»0 

rial) l,.,aJions . .,_, .^.^'2, AH) 

For Sale by A4Mbcadin^ 

Groccr.s 



.Nc.xt .Sunday on he'r trip nmonR th<' 
Thousand Island, the steamer Irnq\iols 
will .stop' Z hours at Ganges harbor. 
PicniV parties can bring their baskets 
and Innch under the trees in so mfj of 
the pre,ttv nook.«» neai* the ' landing;. 
Take v., .'v' S, trhlh, T(^Trrfr""\'^"t ofTa" 

.It 9.45 a. Hi 

-,,♦-... 

The Best Headaciie Remedy 
i.^ ".Mailhicu's Neryirie' • Powders. ■ 
I'mnipt and safe. Do not create ii 
habit. .Sold by dealers,. box of 18 pow- 
ders 2.'ic. If yours cannot-sitpply. you, 
take for j,mmedlate use some so' called 
".lust aa'good article" bii^«send us "JSc,. 
and we will mall you a, box t-o>i;ise 
next time yotir heafi ached. A- trial 
win eonvirice of their wrirth,. . i-, \>. 
MiitliloK Co., Prop., 8herj3Ttmlcr-."X». Q. 



Inspectorate of ' High Schools. 
The dppartmont' of education has do- j 
lided tr) establish an insiieeiorate »»f 

' Mij;h schotds and the responsible min- j 
I'Uer has recommended the appoint- ; 

i ment to the control,^ of that in- j 

i spectorate of Senior In.s'pector Gordon. 

' The nf'W ileparttire will iirovlde for 
two inspfctions ■ necessitatlns a re- 
distribution of the .lurlsdictlon of 
.•school territory. In the division to W« 

'. made attention will be v>aid to the re- 
lief of coi^dlliorls 111 the conge.<(ted 
populutlon area.nf tho lower maln- 
IhjkI. One of the nddltlonal inspec- 
tor.itca to be established will ('ontrol 
the Fraser Valley togethiM- witii Ku- 
pert and continKiiouH area's. ° 

Tea at Flower Show 

-iVTrsr tr."R; Be^aven, of Oak liar.'as'- 

^Wff>d hy a number of ladles will serve 

i the annual flower .«ho\v, whlcli 

held in the Drill Hall next 

j w .'dii'-.'.idav and the day followinR. 

I Pro\ laioii is •4)/'inK .made for a largrc 
number ' of visitors. .\\. the Rose 
.Show in June th« committee In charif» 

i Of tlif rcfreahmeiit department were 
keT>t busy --telephoning for more cake. 
Thi.s time it is certain that th^rc will 
be a large crowd present, but the hall 
Ks much larRcr than the one on Kort 

.jaJtreet. and there will be no dlfriciilty 
In provldlnR- for ajl. The occasion of 
the t(tg"'afi1fnttrt -s-how Is ajwa.vs looked 
upon as 'one 'ot the .Kocr^rv" eveiit?! f>l 
the summer season. Kveryone, who 
is anyoncT "goes, and the event Ik a 



"Sheffield 
Plate" 



A famtli^r appelatlon iti.]B>Bs]»nd 

for hundreds .glj/yeaMr now- 
known ali^ pV^- the «ivllly>d 
world" .M ' tW' |p|l«M;«---tltM .<rc.8lsta 
wpttr. i*late(1 *m the Ijw copper 
tt Is praj'tlcairy" everlasting. 
iherefore^nilnentJy aviltable • 

AUGUST BRIDAL GIFTS 

Our new consignment cnm- 
prlsea ftU the "sterllner" and lat- 
est deslgiis. 

Tea Sets, Entree Dishes, 
Trays, Candlesticks. Single' 
Tea iPots, Sugars, Creams, 
Flatware, Etc. 

— +^lce-lnvitlng. becauiie of its 
"Tie'niitv "■ Vi n.T Tivorth, Shefneld 
Kv.u no«t «'1ab<irate tfl.1>re 

with the same ' i>rilllancy as 
sterlinK silver. ("ome In and 
look at it. 



^ 



FOR 
SALE 



SOMIv GOOD T'RXCTS 
t)]' Cjkd^N^^Q^AXT 

AMD'-l.TCt^SH 
TJMLIICR 

w i'l.i, srruATi?b - 

Fort George 



Y. M. C. A. 



Temporary Quarters, 1209 Bianchard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Rcadinj:^ and Game .Rooms— Hot and Cold Sho\v.cr. Baths— 
Mcm's a!ul Boy's Summer Camps-— Summer Membership 

50c per /inontli \ . 



IF YOU WANT A GOOD HOME 

At a low figure and on easy . terms see new six-room house, situated on 
l)av|p. ptreit, near Fort street. Cloncreto foundation, dniil>lo lloor and 
wall.^'; oak ."mantel, ' cellar floored; ^modern eonveiihncis. r-t. . 

MOORE & WiilTtlNGTON. 865 Yalcs St. 

l.Limhi'i- (I'-.T l'-".s Hii'l j-napufii'tui • I ■< 



J can .offer snmc {;oi(d 
acreage, about 






milc^ 



southwest of the townsii 
Field, notes may be seen 

> Ml appilication. , 

Price $8 )>cr acre 
Siibject to prior sale 



1 

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I 

♦ ■ 
♦ 

I 



V«* X,a»lMi>. —Mh Xioon, aaa a-Uv XUAa W anuaia* Matwlal. fo m 

The Taylor Mill Co. 



Mfn. Office an« Taraa: »ll« Oovemniant St., P. O. Box «f*. Telephone III 



-.> + 



Ernest Brammer 

Tel. 2095 
Office 644 J'"t)rt Street 



/ \ 



MT. TOLMIE 



Sand I Grave 



Screened end Graded 



The finest material to use tor 

all klnd.v of concrete and 

building worlr. 

Deliveries made to any part o." 

thB city In aiiy Quantity 

Get our price* 



.«.»*.*•«-•«««'»«*•«'•• 



W. H. Wilkerson j f or YOUF 

Eye's Sake! 



The jeweler 
915 GOVERNMENT ST 



Mi<'lnr>'s farmnis i^\.<*A Uniiu-'',-i 'itid 
llpatliiK Stoves tit ClarKe &- Pr-afson'ji 
]3i;t Wharf Wt'eet, ncnr .li»hio*i.M 
.Street. Viotoria. , * 

Oaylight Service to Seattle l--; :- 
Iro.iiiois, li'ii\iiiK :• .1. 111. ilali,\-, f.\(-^.*t 
.".iinday. from A'iclorlii I )ock Go's wharf 
ucxt P.'Sf nrtlVn. I 



Kl'.l'.r i'i)i»l, n.v taking? oiir (if (hoee 
'ifliKhtful trtp.«» amonj? the Gul£_.lar 
1.1 nils Wednesdays, Saturdays anft 
<iiinl:i; ^ \'. & S. train and stf^amer 
lro(|iiois, 'Kxcurslon rates for the roiintl 
trip.. Oou't fall to sec the boautlful 
1 r-nrr ■ while the season lasts. 



most deiiKlitful change from the hum 

drum of i'\ er.V day exiHteJice. 



To Our Customers 



Wl- .II-,- ip.n |.>.Mi.>.| .ll t'lr . "IIIOI- 

of Douglas and. Bay streets, where we 

will I"' v'tr^ai'iid to receive driio.slt?! anirt 

,..,rr "■ . ' 'cr.-l !.,iiiki' ■ .nosV 

as hcrflofoii- I'ciiilii' t'-d d' '- ' !''ii«- 
liia street, 

THE CANADIAN BANK OF COM-. 
MERGE 

( \,,-i-h' Vi'-tyriit '*! .:..,. 

II 1; REAV'EN, Manager: 



LINEHAM SCOTT' SAND , 
AND GRAVEL CO. 

Office: 633 Yates St. 

Phones: Mgr.'s residence, 2193: 
Mnin orflc.>. 064: Pits. 1^-1831. 



To Contractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
JOISTS 

Wr have in stork the IoUowIdk 
Scotch steel Jol.'Us: 

15x5x42. 

12X0x32. 
6x3x11. 

Immediate do'lvpry or shipment 
as desire'-l. 



I ,(•! itir ' .ll >! r.im 

and iini^ 'infortahle .visitni. 

!'(. I i< , i fitting* ji;-lasscs. 

\\i-\ (|iiality material usctl. 



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Voice Production and Singing. 

I'i'iul ICdtuotids, barltoiK- Vocalist and 
t pTrifi'.HHor of sInKiiiK from i/oudoii, 
I'hiKlund (pritii-lpul baritone with Mud 
' .iiii'i' .'l'<-tt;iz/.liii on her wHiitish toin', 
mostl ^arr.ive.H In Victoria on or about 
.-ViiKiis't l.'ith iitid will aci-cpt piiiill.s for 
voice jiruductloii afid .<<lnBinK- l''iirther 
)i:i i-tiiMi'VaiV ^'' ni !>'■ diilv ■.■ 'I\ t'li ised. * 



LEGAL INTELLMSENCE 

(Before l^impmuii, .t'o, J.i 
f'nnad'lan Fairbanks ('o. vs. ■ \,r,r\- 
nier-TT-CNiunty court— Action latiiiclied 
in one reKistry. Motion for Rarnisliop 
to iudge of another county. Amend- 
ment— .lurlsdictlon. ._4Ur«v..-^., 

•Application. e.viPp.'rte. Ir.v II. f"J. Law- 
'Son, for pliiliitllT. for a ffarnl.nhce or- 
def. The action is lodKcd in the Viin- 
.c'^p'V'er reKl.str.v, Imton an iiiipHcation 
]n.V)i<.toi-la for n p'arnlshep summons, 
the rogLstry refused to art, on tlie 
Kniiitid that the action _ fliould be 
lodKcd in Ills registfyTifi" order to prve 
hiiii .iiiri.sdl'tloii. I»jiW«on" then ap- 
pli.-d to lianipmnn t'o, .1. whoprrant- 
oil the order; tnHkhiR an anieiidmcut 
111 the st>le of iiiiise li\- slatlitp tin- iic- 
tioii H« in. thelMuut.v court of Vic- 
toria, ill ilii-'ni:itti'r' of MM a.Mlon pend- 
ing 111 ih<'. I '"iiiity "couri 'if \'nti('^iiiv.-i . 

H,f\. \s . li.viUI— A< iiisi'd haxiiiK 
elected tn lake a speedy trial Tluiisdu.'i . 
was 'llx")! therefore. 

I 



FOR YOUR FOWLS 



r«^ 



."^Mmcthintj new and from 
a grirrd recipe--. in t'acl a 
puaratitecd' recipe. ( hir 

Dry Hopper Food 

.VkIc your nt!ip:hhor almui 
h. lie lias heard -I " il 
\')ii Iiave iiiil. 



Banncrman 4 Home 

Broad and Johnson 



J. H. LePAGE 

ETESIGHT SPBCXAI-IST 

-T P.O. Box 225 

Government St. Victoria 



Anoihrr SlniMiieiil of 

Centaur Wheels 

1 i.iN'c Iti^t .\rri\ cd 



-AT 



L 



Harris & Smith 

1220 Broad Street 
'Phone L183 



Cinders 

To be had in large 

in large or small 

quantities 



APPLY ENGINEER- 

Power Hou.sc, Empre.s.s Hotel 




££££ 
fiEEiSJ 



Smoke has no 
effect upon 
Nalthoid Roofing 

Sulphur fijme* Rraund smelting 
plants, cat up ■ metal root in 
•hort order, and very few othci 
m«terials can withstand the «• 
tack. Malthoiid Roofing dow 
the husiiic'ss/ Engineer* atid 
owner!* of property in di.strict;» 
•fFcctcd by these fumes will sare 
money by looking carefully into 
the merits of MaUhoid.. Writ* 

i for tpecial booklet. 
I R. ANGUS 



Victoria nnaciiineryOepiit 



When you want to clear your house of 
flies, see that you get.. 

WILSON'S 

Fly Pads 

Imitatipna are always unsatisfactory^ 



L 



Agent Wharf St., Victoria 



Tlie f'anaallnn Who's Who, published 

hv tlif I/Oiidon Tirnea. on sale at Vlc- 

i toria Hool< & Stationery Co., Limited, ^ 



The Empire Typewriter la* the 
ehAapest and 4»*st mllchlne of the day. 
Victoria Book & Stationery 1:0.^ Limit- 
ed, agents. • 



Rattan and Sea 
Grass CliaiFs 

In all .«(hafio.n and 8i'/.es and at 
ttte Jnwwjt prices. V.ry small 
ones for ttte '•yoitnK.stcrs" 

Lee Dye & Co. 

N^xt to lii'lr© H»U 
Cormorant St. and 7«7 Fort fit 






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Wttdnaaday, August 3, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAn.Y COLONIST 



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jL The Man 
^ Who Thinks 



The thougliTful nlajr is the most thoughtless, that is he in- 
variably forgets the little tl|i|ngs. vSome very brainy busiilcss 
men are so fargetfuK that their wives have to tie a string 
around their little fih^>-cr to remind them lo order things, such 
as ■■ 

Dinner Claret, Sherry, Port 

Wine or Whisky Needed 

for the Home 

Perhaps this liitle ad. may help vou to remember.these, or wa.-* 
it Bottjcd Ale-, Bottled Porter, or Mineral Water? 

PHONE US AND THEN YOU^LL GET THE ORDER 
OFF YOUR MIND. OUR DELIVERY SYSTEM 

IS PERFECT 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 



WELCOME PQRSrR WILFRID 

Local Llb«r«l« ArpanaB for Raception 

to bo Tondopodto Primo 

Minister 



A rtieetliig of the ooromlttB* of thft 
Liberal asuoclatlon uppolrited some time 
affo to make preparations for tho recep- 
tion of Sir Wilfrid Laurler, was held 
last" rilKht in the Mr William Wallace 
hall. Arrangements have been made 
whereby the Hrirse Show building at, the 
Agricultural grounds will be the gceiie 
of a big meeting on tho night of tho 
18th, before the premier leaves on his 
trip to the north. 

A special committee was appointed 
some time ago to prepare an address to 
be deUver,^d to the premier on the oc- 
casion of his visit here, but It has not 
been decided yet who will read this. 
The meeting laHt nlglil was a short oin', 
and beyond the dlstcUHHlon of a fow 
minor detallR connected ^yth the wel- 
come nothing "f Importance transpired. 

The mayor and council, on behalf of 
the city are al.so making preparatton.s. 
to welcome' the prime minister, but U 
has not yet been decided what part the 
city will play in this. This will have 
to bo arranged so that there will be 
a posfilbinty of the two claslilng In tho 
lime. 



moted to the posUlon of Inspector. 

"Can I »lve a daocrlptlon of Palmer 
and do I know him?" answered the in- 
spector. "Well I should think I could." 

Then he was Informed of the fact 
that he was supposed to be at the bar- 
racks collecting information of the re- 
cent crime there. 

"Put -that ehap in the guard house 
and I'll send down for him," was the 
suggestion the Inspector made to th» 
soldier to whom he explained that the 
real Palmer ., was speaking. 

A few minutes later the telephone 
rang again and the Inspector was told 
that a searcli of the barracks had been 



Tel. 1974 



1327 Douglas Street 



Cor. Johnson 



if detectives had levanted. A descrip- 
tion of him, however, was given to In., 
spector Palmer, ^who Is desirous of se- 
curing a closer acquaintance of the 
Individual wbo PO«es as the real sleuth. 



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yoiin* novellat. The Mistress ts at- 
tiacted by the handsome gwdendi' and 
In several pretty comedy scenes we 
see her superintending work oftener 
than necessary. Miss Langdon finds 
that Graliam is educated and tukcs 
liim into her liome as her private sec- 
retary. One nlglit on returning from 
a ball. Miss Langdon is attacked by a 
burglar, who proves to be no other 
than the notorious Smith. Orahum 
rushes In and. after a liard liffht Is 
knocked out by the burglar'.s black- 
jack. "'Smith" recognises Ginhani as 
his old Jail mate and r*turna to bluck- 
(nall him. Grahim decides to go away 
rather than have Miss Lungdoii know 



made but evidently the fictitious chlefi It. He writes her a farewell note. But 

"-".—- . a . * - Jl * J 1_ -1.- ...ill .,«* l,..'..^ V.t»^ r*t^ OiiA .:iA>-|(-l<2 



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Open 8 a. m. to lo p. m. 



PYJAMAS 



COTTON crepe; per 

^j \J^ 1L«*'* •••«'•••••••■••••• 

PURE SILK, per Suit, 
$4.50 to .............. 



$1.25 
$2.50 



RIDER INJURED 

Youth Thrown From Horse and Kioksd 
Now Lying in Hospital 

Thrown from his horse and hl.'s foot 
ca'tching in one of the stirrups, frojn 
which he could not extricate him.scli' 
beforo receiving a severe kick on the 
hoad iroin thA.; frightened (iiiinial, , J. 
t'ampbell -was- badly injured on Sun- 
day afternoon at t'adljon) Bay. In 
with two coinpaninn.s he was 



.spirited animal, bolted. Campbell was 
^JuUiablo to retain his seat and wa^s 
thrown off.-but his foot getting caught 
JLL-tiie. stlrrup^iie -^'as dragged some 



MAY MAKE FINAL REPOfiT 

Joint Water Committee Will Msst 

Againr—Final Reoommendatjon 

Eixpectiid 

Another meeting of the joint citizens- 
council committee appointed to inves- 
tigate and report upon the best fu- 
ture source of water lor the city will 
be lield tomorrovv evening at the city 
hall when It Is expected that the final 
report ,wlll be prepared reconmiendlng 
the ^50u^ce to develop which a bylaw 
will shortly be Hubmitied to the rate- 
payers to raise the no-ee.s.sary amount 
to undertake this Important work. 

Since tho Inst meeting an offer has 
been secured from the ISsqyimalt 
Water Works company of- slightly 
under $:;,uOO,000 for ^e whole ot the 
coniptiny's-tfrnlerlaRrngs at Golds treani. 
Inturmation is also sought from Hie 
englmM>r under whose directions a two 
mile tunnel was constructed for the 
Port Arthur water works system. It 



company _ . . — 

riding near the bay when his horse, .1 js thought that this Information will 



distance, the.horse Itlcklng him and in- 
flicting a severe scalp wijuhd besides 
other minor injuries. Campbell's com- 
panions r an to Ma assiatance^ and he 
was shortly afterwards farougTit into 
the Royal Jubilee Hospital, where he 
1-; ii'nv lying. 



NOT THE SAME 



inspector Palmer Has a Double Whom 
He Would Like to Meet 




510 Cormorant street 



Opposite E. 4. N. Depot 



give a pretty good indies tlon cjf tlie 
cost of driving the tunnel route to 
Sooke lake on which point tho engin- 
eers who have already reported to the 
city differ widely. Arthur X.. Adams, 
former expert for the city having es- 
timated the cost a-t-J+S-per-foet-^v-hllo- 
Mcs^rs. Rurwell and Ashcroft estimat- 
ed the-Tost at $30 and $3.3 per foot 

respectively. ^--^ 

FORT^TREET REALTY 



Red JacRet \ 




" So Easy to Fix" 

Force ^"^ Lift 
Pumps 



The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



I In the ferreting out of crlma and the 
I pursuit of t^1e author thereof the name 
} of. Inspector Thomas I^almer of the lo- 
I cal police force l.s evidently one to con- 
jure with. Not that that officer him- 
! .self believes such to be the case but 
(evidently some other individual with the 
! desire to be a sleuth think.s so Judging 
! from an Incident which occurred yester- 
I day afternoon .at the Work Point Bar- 
racks, 
I This unknown Walked Into the quar- 
I ters of the men at the barracks and 
announcing hlniself as Chief of I>eti-ci 
' tlvcs Palm<'r, proceeded, to Incjuire 
j fully into' the .circumstances surround- 
j ins the murder of Capl. Ellison by 
Gunner Allen. He was most persistent 
1 In Ills questions, made voluminous notes 
and acled in that mysterious. gum- 
shoe manner which the detectives of 
fiction la. supposed to as^sumo In un- 
raveling a mysteny. , ... 
' Some of the men at the barracks b«^- 
came suspicloua, of' the ,stcanger...j>.Kr-. 
ticularly since the city police have not 
been taking a hand Ijii. the case the niat- 
ter being. attended to by the provincial 
police authorities. Finally one of the 
non-commls.sloned officers calleit up 
Chief iof Police, I..angley by telephone. 
The chief ieft the clt5; yesterday and 
Inspector Palmer, as acting -^fSleft was 
in his superior's office. ' '. 
■ It wasw'ith considerable surprise that 
Inspector Palmer heard the voice at the 
other end of the 'phone Inquire If he 
could give a description of Chief of De- 
tectlvcs Palmer. That was the Inspec- 
tor's designation before he was . pro- 



Interssting Transactions Put Through 
Market — Much Building in View. 

Fort streit realty 'iinn-ies to 
change hands and the Inquiry lor prop- 
erty In that l.M-.ilUy wils never brisker. 
Wi,thin the ■ ' '' ^ >lays a lot Just 
beyond tlie \ -■ m > > hall, measuring 
60 X 120 feet, the property of Mrs. 
Keefe. ' has been said lo Mr. Albion 
Johns for $10,000. Another lot on the 
citv side of the Assembly hall, meas- 
uring 10 X i:iO feet, has been bought 
by Wlnnlpeggers for J7,000. Both buys 
were for Investment purposes. 

Present and prospective bpHciing op- 
erations on Fort street, the .civio de- 
cision to widen the thoroughfare,, and 
Other indications of the growth of the 
bm-.lness area easterly has led to the 
pro.acnt interest in reulty on that ar- 
tcr.'- of the city. A number of other 
deals In the nelKhhorhood are pending, 
and the aucceedin^ nvpnths will see u 
largo amovmt of Buikllng under way. 

Among other deals put- through the 
market were the ^•^Qt three lots In 
the Victoria Garden.^ at an average 
price of $2,750 AJid three lots in Rock- 
land Park, these sales being negotiated 
^' Messrs. Allen and Sons. All the 
agents report that the volume of in- 
quiry during the paat. . wet:.k . has . b&cn 
greater than at any time in-^the last 

two months. 

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THEN AND NOW 

How Experience of Prominent Edmon- 
ton Business Man Shows 
Growth of the West 



she- will no| have him go. She sends 
for him and. In a pretty love scene 
makes It clear to him that he must re- 
main with her regardless of his past 
fault*. The story ends with the 
authoress In her ><.levoted 8<!cretary's 
arms. There is also a fine hand color- 
ed film entitled '"J^he Princess of Ys.'f 
and a fine educational film shov^ing 
the home and sports of an Knglish 
gentleman. This line picture shows 
the nobleman riding, rowing, Hhooiing, 
fishing and numerous other siiorts on 
his large estate. A fine picture, efi- 
titlod "Femihinrt Tenacity and Ki:;ep-. 
Ing Afloat," drama. The Washington 
quartette will render the famous song 
hit of the season , "I.,et's CiO Hack to 
I^aby Days." STlTimigh this qmirtette 
was inconvenienced somewhat last 
week by the loss, of their baritone 
singer, they were fortvmate enough to 
seceure the service of a local boy us 
first huJia. in the jierson of Mr. Ernest 
Peich, well known in local niu.Hlcal 
ehvles. yinee Mr. Fetch joined ihe 
(luartette, a decided improvoment has 
been notical.)lev and ' Uiel'l-" 'rendition 
last evening of the famou.s song, "The 
Sailor's Chorus," as well as the en- j 
core, "The Silvery .Moon, was receiv-i 
ed with marked appreciation by ai 
large audience. The Komano orchestra) 
^will furnlsli the music for the pictures, j 
Including some of the latest selec- 1 
tions. - * 1 



Majestic Theatre. { 

There is another .strongly attractive ! 
bill, of good clean entertainment at the! 
Majestic Wedn-esday and Thursday. ! 
"Bootless Baby." which is an adaption | 
- f ro m John Strange Winters' story of ; 
English army life. Bootless is surpris- | 
ed, as he naturally would tre;tcp disco v- 1 
er a taabv in his armchair at the bar- 
racks, but' adopts .the wise course and ' 
determines to care for the foundling. ; 
which he succeeds In doing satlsfac- 1 
torily. Later he fulls In love with the j 
little one's mother, without knowing i 
\\\\o she Is, "ana to make a. long story j 
short eventually he marries her. Her 1 
husband, tho real father, meets with'; 
a fatal accident and very accommo- | 
datingly died. The story contains; 
much interest and develops Some in- j 
tensely humorous features. "The_^L.:inip I 
Post Inspector," is a comedy J fihrC 
which might he a dig at politicians ] 
whi.) attempt to secure fool places for ! 
their .><u;'|"""ti'r8. * ! 



New Grand Theatre 1 

Harry and Klsie Ma>ville, inrfurm- ■ 
ing at the Grand Theatre this week, 1 
have a liUiputian act that takes the 
public fancy and easily -wln.s the laur- I 
els of the whole bill. The two people | 
in the' act appear on a miniature stage 1 
and with bodies quaintly, dressed and i 
fourteen Inches high and with, heads • 
the size of human beings, present a , 
most unusual, original and interesting 1 
sight. The heads have life, while , 
the (Igiu-e.s are numb, but the arrange- ' 
ment and Kinging of the production are ' 
excellent. Then there is Lozelle, ihe 
aerlel wonder: Al^Lawrence, the India— 
rubl/er comedlan;i Mary Ann Rrovvn, 
the. Vohiedienne and character singer; 
and Mctformack and Irving, a team of 
song and, dance artists with a good 
jjKetch. Thoma.s J. Price slng.s and 
the moving pictures end the show, 
which ISi superlatively e-vcellent. 



THE CRIMP XS THE ZINC 18 THE EPrECTIVE PART OP A 

Washboard-Eddy's "2 in I" and "3 in 1" 

Are so named because all the GOOD .FEATURES in the 
CRIMPING of the ZIXC of all others are combined, conse- 
quently are th.c 

Most Improved and Up-to-Date 

iThey make washing easy, and no torn clothes. TRY THEM. 

Also Eddy's Fibreware Tubs and Pails 

Made-4}v-©*vet«-oUtl,-'pie-ce, — No-hoaps tu fall i>\\. Cannpt 

leak.' Will not rvhjt. Will not taint liquids. 

Are Light and Durable 

Ihe E. B. EDDY COMPANY, LIMITED, KliLL, CANADA 

"Always cvcrywl\ere in Canada ask for Eddy's Matches," 



Remember Our 

Phone Number 

448 

Choice Fancy Table Frui!s~ 
ordered by phone alvvay.s 
delivered to your satis- 
faction 
Blackberries, Logan Berries, 
Peaches, Pears, Canteloupes, 
Plums, Gravenstein Apples, 
Etc. 
We ( ',!Ki',-;iiiiic ( Juality 

A. Pool, Grocery 



Tales .SI. 



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Millinery and Dry Goods Importer, 1 704 Douglas St. 
Cheapest Millinery Supply House in Canada 



This Week 

Ladies' Trimmed Hats, vahics U) $8.00, for . .$1.50 
Childr'er?s''§aiTbrHats, wofffi 35^, for 15^ 



Newest Hits 
in Songs 

Tlu; policy" f this 'cstab-' 
lislimeilt is to be up-to-the- 
ininute in every detai'. Tlii'< 
is truly exemplified :'i ihc 
many new and popular hils 
m songs which :ir- \<- W W.-.A 
now. 

FOR INSTANCE: 

' 1 ill on your ol'Cgrey Imn- 

. net."_ ._.;,.,■ *■ : :•• 

"Next to your mother, whom 

do you love?" 
"Oh", you Rlondy." 
"That Teasing Rag." 
"Has anvbody here ' seen 

Kelly."' • 

And many others 



Aftfr spending a month In this city 
ijs the guest of -Mr. 'iT. R. Stewart Al- 
llngham. Mr. H. B. Rolind. momber of 
the well Uno«n Edmonton Arm of Car- 
; ruthorB, Rouixl & Co., has returned to 
his home via Hpokane, Washington. Mr. 
I Round is iono of the few men who Ivis 
I traversed tho valleys of the jSithabasca, 
j Peace and— McKenrle rivers and niost all 
' of thfe generar parts of the Canadian 
northwest, flu weU'as throughlUie.. JVel- 
i lowhead Pass before, the line of the O. 
1 T. P. was mapped out. Mr. Round 
came to WInnlpes over thlrCy-flve years 
'ago and since that flmo haB seen the 
[steady growth of the northwest. He 
I predict."! for this city and Vancouver 
I island a great future. Some ten years 
ago, Mr._Aoi.ind took two car loada of 
horses from Kamlodps to Vancouver, 
1 thence "by boat to WrAngell, Alaska, 
i transferring theniio.a river boot ui> 
tho, KtlUlne river, making a detour of 
the country via the Telegraph Creek 
district, overland to Hazolton and down 
the Skeena river. Mr. Round holds over 
17.000 acres of coal limits In the Yel- 
lowhcBd Pass within very close range 
bf the line of tho G. T. P. railroad. 
Last .lune, Mr. Round and a party of 
capitalists from fipokonc made the 
round trip to Yetlowhead frOni Edmon- 
ton -In -eleven-d«y»,threfta£..which were 
spent on the coal JleldH. It nmy !>'■ 
mentioned, however, that this wa.s iic- 
complished through a lift which waM 
given them by the railway. This trip 
of .100 mUe.«! was made some years nno 
by Mr, Round and this time It took 
thlrtv days to go cacK w:Ry,_..XhliL.IndL: 
catos what,, can be accompllshedjjn the 
way of travel In that country today n.<« 
(■..mpnred with several years ago. 



AMUSEMENTS 



Asphalt for Richardson- Stre^it. 

On a majority petition of jiropert.v. 
owners on Richardson street between 
Cook and Moss stireets the city will 
asphalt the thoroughfare In.stead of 
rock surfacing the roadway as vva.'i 
at first proposed. Tho.se In favor of 
the change numbered eiglvtt^en. rep- 
resenting an a.sBtssed value , of J61,- 
900. those who petitioned against the 
w'ork* numbered eight, represontlng an 
a.-^scssed value of JSS.l.lu. ■ 



THE MAILS 



Vancouver and Eastern Canada 
Close dally at 1.45 p. m. and 11 p. m. 
Due dally -.45 p. m. and 7 p. m.- - 

United Kingdom 
Close Tuesday, 'J'liursday and Fri- 
day, 11 p. m.; parcul post I'Viday, 6 
p. m. 

Due Monday and Tuesday 1 p. m.; 
Wednesday 7 p. m. 

China and .Japan 

Close .luly i«. ' '' ' -". Aug. 1. 
Due July 14, 11. 28, Aug. 1. 

Australia and New Zealand 

Close Julv 13, ir>. 1:3. 
Due July 26, 27. ■1'^. 

Honolulu 
Closn July ir., 16, 22. Aug^ B. -. 
Duo July 19, :;, 20, Avir. 1. 
France via Halifax 
Close Jul'. !•;. ::.;, ■'.'<. 
Dawaon. Atlin, White Horse 
Close on t^aturtluy at 1.45 p. 
Due, uncertain. 
_ .-__. .. . Stewart 

Close Wednesday at 11 p. ni.; due on 
Monday. 
^Prince Rupert, Port Simpson, Port 
Essjngtpn, etc 

Close Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day,, 1.45 p. m. 

Due Monday, Wednesday and. I^i-l,- 

day. ■...:.:.. -- ' , - 

Clayoquot and Way Pprts 

Close, lat, 7th, ir.th, 20fti of fach 
tnonth. 

Due, 4th, 12th, l§th and 28th of each 



Etc. 
m. 



'*a n." Stands for Garden Hose 

At this store it also standi for "Good Hose," the kvnd that will 
sta^d full city pressure and give satisfactory, durable wear 

WHY NOT GET HOSE NOW BEFORE THE GRASS 

SPOILS? 

AT 13f^ FObt---whiLe _cp,tton;:.covered, a very fine Hose. 
AT 18^ FOOT— red, cotton^coyered, extra heavy, splendid 

value. 
AT 10< FOOT UP— Excellent Rubber Hose. 
Inspection Cordially Invited 



DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 



6o8 Yates Street 



Cor. Government Street 




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Prices tliat arc our own. Don't forget that others 
followed when they found "they had to. Tt'.s worth 
wllile rcmcmbcrin.cr this little point, because it pricks. 

A HEALTHY LIST 

Native Port Wine, 3 bottles for 

Native Port Wine, ])cr Q-allon 

Fine Old Scotch, i)ct gallon. ?4.50 and. 

Burke's Irish, -Imperial quart •. 

Ordinary ciuart . — .... 

J. De K"», Anchor Gin, per bottle. 35c, 75c and. 

Gordon Dry Gin 

Vicker's Dry Gin, j)ints 

.Ross's Royal Belfast Ginger Alfe, per dozen. 
Barclay's Famous London Stout, jiiiUs, do/... 

1 lali'-]iint <, per dozen 

Guinness' Stout, (piarts, per dozen 

Victoria Phoenix Ale, Beer or Porter — 

Pints, per dozen • • • ' '^^^ 

Quarts, per. dozen $1:50 

Ginger Ale, Lemonade, per dozen .60^ 

Very Fine Oporto Port, i)cr botiJe. only .$1.00 

Cantrell ^nd Cochrane's Belfast Ginger Ale — 

Per dozen • .$1«75 



$1.00 

$1.25 

$5.00 

$1.25 

.90^ 

$1.10 

..85^ 

.50^ 

$1.75 

$1.60 
$1.00 

$3.00 



Copas & Young 



WINE. MERCHANTS 



Telephones 94 and 95! 



Fort Street 




Don't Forget 
That 





- Pantages Theatre. 
They are going to Kive a real live, 
.haJ)y. a^say to the holder of the lucky 
-or If It \^ nn4ucky— roupon Thurs- "^""^■''- 7^"^' i, •» j C4 . 

day night. "Whose Baby Are You.?-j Seattle and Eastern United States 
the <;l&vcr farce romedy la the mfiini cioae. 4-30 jV. m. 4«lly; -<.1,ue 7 n. m: 
rnvse of the sudxicn o\itbur.'(t of kp"-! dully, except Sunday iiiul 1 p. m. dally. 
f^ro.sity and from the Interont ulrendy Quntsino, K'yuqvJOt and Beyond Clayo- 
manifested In their rather, nnlquej quot 

thoatrifal pro>;'odnrc> It \s ^vldent that ^^^^ „^^j^ ^^^^^ ^j,^,^ ,;j ^^^^ month, 
a,. great throng will wander _ down ^^^^^ j^th and 2Sth of cttch nirMith. . 



Fletcher Bros. 

12 V Govern mrnt Street 
Phrtnc 885 



IcluiMon «dr(<et. each member, lisping. 
'•■HuffMlo HUI" the Wild West gloom 
rllsppllor and "Whoso.JBfiby Are You?" 
itr--' (IcUghUng crowds at each peffor- 

llliillfO. 

^ Romano Theatre. 

''Her Prlvatf Sefrotnry" \f^ thn tith' 
of n feature film to be shown at the 
nl.ovr theatre today an?l tomorrow. 
Thl.s film iH a production by the Pow- 
ers "company. George Oraham. a con- 
lirlentlal clerk In a bufdncris houHP re- 
rclven a lettrr from his fiither ii.'^king 
for money as.^l.Hiance. Tempted by 
the (le.slre fo tKdi> his father. Graham 
takr-s money from the cftHh till iind 
lalHKics hlH accounts. Later he Im dis- 
covered and sent to prison. We next 
fseo him working as a convict with r 
nfded criminal ■'.Smith." Graham la 

rclea.«ied and gets employment ftS a 

gardener for Helen l.^ngdon. a rising 



Quatsino via Port Hardy 
Close .l;.i!v 'JO. '26. 
Due .Tuly IH. -IS. 

Comox, Cumberland, Etc. 
Close Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day 8.30 a, m. 

,Due Tu'esday 1.2.10 and Wednesday, 
Frid-ay and Sunday. 7 p. m. 

Sidney and V. &. S. Points 
Close daily except Sunday, 7 a. m. 
Duo dally except Sunday; 7 p. m. 

Alberni ^ 

Close 1st, 7th, 15th, 20th of eat;h 
month (by Htcamer) and by rail Mon- 
day. Wednesday, Krlday, 3.30 \y m. 
Nanaimo and 6. <5. N. fointa 
Close dally, except Sunday 8.30 a. 
m.: 3.30 p. m. 

Due dally, except Sunday, 12.10 p. 
in. and 7 p. m. 



This Hot, Dry ; 
Weather 



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and Companij 



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1207 Government Street \\ 



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FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA. B. C. 



FOR BOYS 




^s\^^^ 



Xmas Term Commences Sept. 6th 

Ms 



At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing 

in Spacious New Brick Building. 
Accommodation for 120 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: Football and Cricket: Qymnasium 
and Indoor Rifle Range. 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

WARDEN: 
Kev. W. W. Bolton, M.A.. Cambridge^ 
' PRINCIPALSr ~" ' ' ■ 

R. V. Harvey. M.A., Camb.. J. C. Barnacfc, Esq., Lond. Uni ,'.. 



assisted by a resident stiaff of University Men. 
For Prospectus Apply the Bursar. 



Tlicre i.s gfcai Interest takon In 

em tgrrui on Ivv- people o? nil cTBsses'ln 

nil parts of the empire. Bui altlxniKli 

J tli'i're are alinuat llCty eniiKnUion so- 

! cifti'^s IlUTP is'iiot ainoiix thcni that 

j (\\ci'llerH'e of organization that would 

I oiiahle llii'Mi to send out the i-lass of 

' inuiiigraiil.'j wanted by ililfeifnl lo- 

i-alltiey. 

A \cn-y' riill ri'port has been Is.-juimJ. 
of tho Emigration i.'onteri'nce whk-h 
took place: 111 l^ondon at tlje end of 
Ma.w It wiiuld Sewn that- ;HlnHi«t 

all thi> (hdoKaloy agreed that the rhild't- 
ii'ii in -cliarKe qf the charltublP Insti- 
tutions of the Old Tjund who are phy,r 
siially and rneiilally fit shpiild ha\-e 
a I'hance of hegluniiis: their Uvea un- 
der new ,.cli'<'imistuni.'es and amid new 
surroundliiKs. l-ord Dundonahl. in 

hi.s opennigtspeei-h spoke Of the laiRe 
number of poor but honest i)eople whi> 
were UU^ lri-l-h«»-l'nltGd Klnsditriv. "H«v 
told pf the iniinen.se re.souroes of the 
fjreat eolonies and:!?ht)wed that there 
was l]t tTe" e.\euse for the suffering of 
men and. women whovvere wllUnR and 
able to work. From, his residences In 
Canada f^brd Dundonald is able to 
wpe alt with aut hority on the kind > of 
'labor re<4ulred~1n this country, wliiie 
as an old countryman lie knows ilie 



di 



to 



(|U(i-H-t-it>s of I! •' 1- ■;i!'' \', h 
emigxarte. 

Among the students at OxCvrd the.'e 
are many who have leisure ^lor phil- 
anthrople work. In their o.sisoclatlon 
with the -t' o or an d— ^Hte-ntpltrye-d — Hi 
liHve learned i th at w hile a very^iajjce 
proportion uf adults eannot with any 
Iiopc of s'ucoesa be sent to learn new 
finphiyments or evon new methods of 
carrying on work to which they have 
bee'n artustomed. It -^s-^iMtTererit with 
t^Je t'hijdren. . They tan be taught: 
I'rof. W. ].,. Grant escfvpessed the be- 
lief "of theae inyeatlgators of, social 
ronditions when he satd that In sys- 
tematic ordere d and cared for emi- 
gration lay TfiTe best aolutTofr^wP ttiB" 
jiroblem of unemployment. 

Severn! speakers shoiR^ that the 
ixperimc'ntR made., -By. the Barnardo 
llomes and other charitable orghni- 
/.ittiorus in placing children in- homrs 
in tt\e overseas dominions luul been 
crowned with si'tccess. We have 
heard- inuch lately of .Earl Grty's plan 
of fitting public schaol boys for- Can- 
idian life, and numbers of lads are 



of her children. When their parents 
come with them our task is light. If 
tlioy havf no parents or if their par- 
ents are unable or unfit to accomiiuny 
them, then either from the old land 
or in thi.s must men and woiiuvp be 
found fitted to love and direct them. 
May It not be tffat here is work 
awaiting the hearts and hands of the 
thoutiands of women In (jreat Britain 
who, we , are told, have no -auiltible 
ctuployment. The gentlewomeu who 
in hundreds of village liomoH return 
from •si.'hool to find lli'e' empty of p.se- 
ful work would if properly trained, 
tlnd here ■a--vt)eatlO'n -of- absorbing in- 
terest.'T ■ "^ • 

JVelthKr Canadian men nor . woitien 
have tlie leisure needed to train gfreal 
nuniber.s of Itiitlsli children to be- 
come good t'anadlans. 'I'liey axe loo 
busv bringing- up their own families. 
In older communities we are facing 
our own prolilcms of neglected chil- 
dren, .Kor these as well as for the 
-Jlewrtmivrs— we -netrtPjiiion. --Hnd otlie-r 
imiustrlal .schools. To conduct these 
we want men and wome"n who love 
children, and know how to manage 
them'. The rejjorta on the ernigra- 
tion of women were very encourag- 
ing. . Many have Vieen .sent overseas 
and few have proved incompetent or 
in any wa.v undeserving. In Canada 
;\\'F have ■T<3oiTr for rhany more women 
who are willing to helj) in the homes 
and know how to 4o housework. -Xoxt 
year at the Imperial Copferencc it Is 
hoped there will be another emigra- 
tion conference where some definite 
-a*Ml — p r a e tit ^l p la n — (^f^-a^knv ,-w iil^jje 
dertttPd- It poll. 

In these glorious days not only chil- 
dren but peO))le of all ages in Victoria, 
are talring part in wholesome outdoor 
sports. The lads .crowd to the parks 
after working hours, to watch baseball 
and lacrosse games. A smalhM- num- 
ber are to be found In the afternoon 
\u the cricket fields. . Rowing matches 
and yacht races-UXE watched with de- 
light on Saturday's or holidays. 

Toung ladles and gentlemen take 
part In tennis towrnaments^-or play 
practice games through cool after- 
noons. On the arip and in the harbor 
boating jiiirtles take their pleasure and 
from early morning tiJI dark the little 
ones frolic on the sandy heacli or pad- 
dle in the water. -^¥*^^ — mtmmer in 
Victoria is a delight to many, froSn the 
eld gentleman who. stick in hand, 
slroHa along the be»eh to— his sturdy 



sent to Australia to begin th^lr, Ji£v'» Si^adson, who, wlUv towel and bathing 



work under simljar conditions. 

The 'Premier of Newfoundland has 
offe rtd 50, QUO acres for farm schools' 



pbalt hut It Is money well spent. 

When r get my liou.se bere I shall get 
up ai> agitation for a IJIlullthlu road- 
way, ASHLJSY RUStJELr^'. 

Mr*. Wftvd-oa.Wonuui SaSroff*. — _- 

Sir — l_>!i the editorial page of t^uii- 
days Colonist yoiipulill.sh an arliel<-| 
from the pen of Mrs. Hurnplirey \\'ard, i 

.conlaiuine a \ei y iible pre»?n_tatJon_ -ofj 

nearly everything that c^n l.>e said In 
opposition to woniun «nlYrugi-. Mr.s. I 
Ward is one._af tli,C! ableat _wrllcrB of! 
the day, anil it Is lanly rensOnaldo tu! 
i-xxw^ct lha.t when she espouses any 
c.T.i:i.sfl she will be able U> make our a 
very strong casi' indeed — ;able. alnoa.st, 
to insike the worse- appear tjie bittiT 
reason, .aiie cerialnlv wields a facllo 
and a fascinating pen, but she has llvi-d 
SO much in tho realm of Ilctioii Ihal 
.sher appears to be uiialjje to wlioll,v di- 
vert herself of tJie . Imaginative when 
she atteiripls to discuss such a pracii- 

.caT siiU.jtiCt as woman suttrage .-.^,:: 

Thi> statement that wompn are Indif- 
ferent -to ptibllc maltt-rs, that tlie great 
niiijoriiy of them do not -want tii« 
franchise and would not exercise U If 
they had -tlie right, is an 6ft heard as- 
sertion which ha.s been refuted jjver 
and over again. The cold logic of facta 
proves the assertion to be untrue, no 
matter fibw chaste and elegant may be 
the language in which the oft repeated 
uat-ert'.on Is clothed. Wlierever women 
have been granted the right to vote 
they have exercised the right To almost 
as great an extent as the men. Take, 
the following HgirreBT" rn , !N"ew ' "-tS&e^ 
land In the election of 1808, there were, 
men enrolled 29-1,000, men who voted 
::3S,000, men who abstained from vot- 
ing 56^000. Of the total men enrolled. 



Havergal 
Ladies' College 

TORONTO 

Principal - MISS KNOX , 

Thorough education on modern lines. Preparation for honor 
mati;iculation and otlicr examinations. Sepaf^^fe«b Jtiinior 
School, Domestic Science department, g-ymna'sium, out'-door 
games, skating rink and swimmin g h^ fh. - 

For illustrated calendar and prospectus apply to the Bursar 

R. MILLICHAMP, Hon. Sec.-Trcas. 



and government aid towards the in- 
struction of the .vouiig people sent 
out to prepare theinselves for life. In 
the ancient colony. Although not 
I>resent at this conference Karl Grey 

r lias latel.v ' e.\pt-e.<--sed - himself very 

1 strongly, in favor of the immigration 

! of children into (.^inada. He, of all 

I p.eople in the world, wohld be the last 

I to give^a.dvlce which would result in 
the making of Ii-.«;s -n lril<- citizens of 
('anada. 

If proper care can be taken In tiie 

-s«4t!tM4*H»— t><-ehlklr«h to h«?- sent to 
Canada: and- if provision bemade in 
Uic future as has been liTine in i.the' 

I p:i.-t for their suiiervlslon after the.V 
hav.^ laniUd here these -children 
sliould be a source . of strength and 
not of weakness in their new homes 
Hut If ljaTiaTdBr-tH~to-Taicc charg«? of 
«ny very large number of the boys 
and girls who. if lett unaided, would 
swell the rtinks of the unskilled jahor ^ig,,^ „, fatigue. But there are hnn- 

f their friends on both sides ot the ,,^,,3 of others trt v\^om the evening 
ocean must be on the alert. It "S | brings little relaxation. T he r e a re no 
true that the adoptfon of fhUdt-ett 1 g^mes. provided for them and, perhaps, 
when their foster patents are all that, they could not find time to take part 
they ought to be Is the best solution ; in tennis or croyuet game*, even U 
of the difficulty. The children^roui^ht [ opportunity were given them, 
iip on the farm, who attend the rural . This, does nof seem fair. Girls, as 
ijchools will have the best chance of | we'll as boys, need the fresh air and 
becoming Intelligent capable farmers , the outdoor exercise. They ought not 
or farmers' wives. But there in a 1 to be obliged to go to work again when 
danger that those Adopting such chll- I they go home. A game before sun- 
drHp.yvtH d^>i'0 oiil y f or the sake of ob- 1 down Is ffu: lietter than a walk or the' 
talning cheap labor. A child who j te^n cent theatre after night. Is this not 
Is looked upofi only In the light of a ! » matterin which their employees and 
laborer is greatjy to be pitied.' It '..tnose \vliro_ direct their work shotitd 
Is to be doubted If life In any Insti- | "ot take an intere.st? Amusenient'^Is 
tutlon is. as- bad as llfe_Jn_ a lovetesfl I » "e««"8lty:or.<-""»'K 1'^ i» alt our 

hSnr- A child may be welLXed »<id \'l]Z''^f'')?^ ^T^V^'^^^'^^T «^0'V ^^^8- 
he may not I V' i t*"" <^'f the Saturday halfjipliday were 



suit, find«-ivls — 'Way to the nearest 
beach, the moment he Is released from 
store or ofllcc 

- — Th e se open a i r sport s do good and 
only go<Jd. With every breath of the 
fresh, sweet air health Is drunk in 
ami not the exercise only hut the 
shouts and laughter and congenial 
companionship help to make uii the 
sum of happiness, whlcli Is one of the 
greatest foes tolevll Imaginations. 

But Is there not one class of Vic- 
toria's ybung people that does not get 
Its fair share of this wholesome en- 
joyment'.' When the boys get nway 
from Work at 5 or (i o'clock, they find 
their way _ .to -parks or recreation 
grounds., or to the' water side. What 
becomes of the girls who work in 
stiires or factories or, other pla_ces of 
eip.ployment'.' A few of these are liv- 
ing 'on tht* beaches with their fami- 
lies and the/ merest stranger could 
rtlstlnguisli them as they are to be met 
riding their bicycles or sitting in the 
cars coming to work In the early 
morning. The pea breezes and the 
evening sunshine have chased away all 




They'll X)utwcar 
the Buyer 

Edisoii 




Not only wear wtdl, Init their reproducing qualities have al- 
way.s liccn and alwa\s w ill Ijc llio ino.'^t perfect on" tife market^ 
, SOLD ON EASY TERMS 

., Ltd. 

1004 Gov't Stre«t 



M. w:Waitt & 

Herbert Kent, Mgr. i.Viig<'.st Edisou l^ealer.i. 



comiurtabl.v clad _.- ' • ■ 1..... ^...„\ »i., . 1. , . 

overworked and receive Home, educa- '|-«';^'^"'^^^' , "^VT^^'^'^Th^T 7''"'"K 
lion and yet lack that which S^IH Tne ^ - '"« f ^' " Vv;'"'!^^^^^^^ 
m.-ike a good man of him. If Canada I Xv " " ^ ' 

is to reilt-'\e the mother tund of those! "' 

c.'vildreii whose chances for a useful I 

life at home arebad-and cmivert i ..-^fst ev«nlng ther. our very 

• - . InTT) fit comi)anlons, and fiult- ! !!"le children playing on th-- tram car 



UPPERCANAO^iMJOLLEGE 

TORONTO t IB FOUNDED 1829 



i<i -rii 11 >• i 



GANADA'S OLDEST RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL 

Aatsmn Tcrna brttin? oil Tuesday. S*ptrm- Coartes l"r Univcritty, Royal M 'tary 

l>rr I Ith CoHrji-. etc. 

CzamiBatioai* f"r Hnlr.-jnrr Scholnr»hip«. Senior »r<l Pn-pur^irv Schools in (icp»r»lc 

Sat'jrclav. S'lili-inhrr !7th. tiuihlmgs. IJvrry iiu)drrn riiuipnicnl. 

H. W. AUDEK, M.A. (C?iinbridj!c\ Principal :'<;io 

MiiiMMiawaHMwHBtiMSMMil 



MiMLM>B5H>» f>i» wW»'i3tV» Cw 7i: 



i." Ii'.isbaiuls and wives for our own 
boys and girls there la work to be 
done on this side of the Atlantic call- 
ing for the,gr"atest wisdom and love. 
Kngland is asking that we relieve her 



Queen's Academy 

a?!.*; Rock Bay Avenua. 



.■\ .liiv s, ' .i..l l..t -^''< ■- '.r :i 

,-..„'.J*.''-9P»"* ..'^*!'V-.'^?"^fl-J'.>— ^?B!^.<.— It^ .-,.. 

Tti'intigh, practical in."! ruction given 
"TTngilsh .■'ub.lects as well an 

,:licr bitinrli.'.s of 'study. 



D. 



■:•■■' ■■rill on 
POPE. I.I.. D 



JAMES BAY ACADEMY 

A Prlvat* High School 
Academic Dopartm«nl, — l-"iill mnlrlcu- 
lation In two years, Students prepared 
for n. (\ \i. S. and other cxatnlnailons. 
Splcnrtlfl matriculation »ucc«««e« thl» 
summer. 

Commercial Department — \ fnll.y 

i"|iii|ii>".| inoderi) Bu«ine«» College in 
I !)iu ^Tf of an i-'Xi)f-i-ii need Commercial 
SpeciaUat, m G-olrt Moflall^t in '•■n-nK 
h Mii-t 1i;iim| Text; -books fnriil«hied free to^ 
ftudents of this department. 

Day aud Evening Claasei. 

The"!PrIn?lpal, Jamei Bay AcKdeniy, 



ASHBDRY COLLEGE Collegiate Schoor 



line. On each* side of the track^ there 

was an embankment, and th>;y had 

wandered several yards from the only 

spot where a descent could be made 

by the youngest, who was a mere ba- 

b\. There were able to escape before 

the car came and the niotolman did 

not seem to he disturbed. But there 

was risk nevertheless and It Is in such 

ways , that falal accidents nruuy occur. 

The tram car men are very quickly 

Illumed when they are careless or dls- 

"urteou.'* there are not many 

.is.sengei realize how watchful 

j and howA:iu;cI.ui.-bath-jcondiic:tnr3::_a.mL 

j motormon must be In order to prevent 

IjjI thoughtless chlldn n ;ir,>1 -careless peo- 

i pie from Injury. . .l,__.: 

j Ijltt'e ones are some times encour- 

'Tiaged to place i;imall objects on the 

track to see what will .happen -when 

,,,,] I the cars come by? It Is not wiser to 

.j^ tnach: ^.hem* to fegaf d the t i-aok as a 

place, where they should not play and 

the placing of any object on the rail 



ItoclccUfre, Ottawa 



He.ilrtentlal .School 



I 



I'hone- -iM I. 



11.8 Medina St. 



> 



Itnp 
#trarl|an 
r0ol 



<Si2tfZ I-trtt^ 'OUTY rouRTM YEAH 

W\Bl\\i\l Wykeham Hall, 

College St., Toronto 

^2^ - J A ResidfGlial and 
jyrlj0Ol »ay School For Girls. 

Full Matriculation Course a."5 well a.-s 

ele.mcntar/ work, Domc.tlc Arts. Mvr:i2_J 
and Painting. Centrally ,-iiuati"d, yet wTiVT' 
larpe ground.-^. La:wi5..,,fflt: Tenni.<-. and 
other parTrftS. Skating; Rink and good 
Gymna.sliim., For Calendar apply to 7 
Miaa Aonea. pminoimal.. 

"Boheol re-open« September 13tli, 1910 

1 
at 10 ». m.. „ ; 



.\i.i oiniuoila t ion for 50 bOar<l<'r.s - and | 
100 day boyn'. Laige, new llreproof 
buliaingff. . Ueh acres of grounds, fine' 
Gymnasium, beautifully situatM- 'out- 

kUIo (|(y. 

Special Prepar*tlon for A. M. C. 

Ill i!iio i-nirMn<-i' examination r 1. 
M, (.'.. 'Jhc! .scliool obtained firsi i>ia(-(- 
on list, and all its candidates pas.«<ed. 
'SchQjil.reoifens., September IS. ISlO: ' 

Send for calendar' to ]^f»v ^^>o. 7*. 
\\ oollcorhbe, M< A. (Oxon), 

■ : ■ ■ ,T(-nd .\lfi-.-t.-r 



FOK BOTS. 



Tho IiRureU, 1249 BocTtlund Avenue 



1 n i ! 1 1 a. 









VUltor: 


- Tl .- 


T. 


t ri 


Supervisor: 


The 


V 


en 


Arch den con 
M. A . Oxon. 



Head MaMt«ri 

A. ]). .\ru.Muett, 'E-sC 

Excellent accommodation for'~"board- 
ers; spacious school hiillrnnga, gym- 
nasium; organized cadet corps. 

Clirlstmne term begins Sept. It, 9 ». -m. 



Corrig College 

Beacon Kill Park Victoria, B. O. 

S<-]fcl lllgh-l irade \)uy <iii,l 
Boarding ('ollegc tor Hovb of H 
1(1 1 li year.s. Ucfliienients of 
well-n|ipotnt,erl gentleman's home 
In lovely Beacon IIIII I'ark. Niini- 
lier llnilied. _Ou,Woor sports. I'le- 
liai-Pd for BuKincsH Life or I'ro- 
fi-SKlonal or I'nl\ ei'ilty exaiulnn- 
tionH. l''eeB Inclusive atKl. slrlct- 
Iv inoileraii''. A few vnctinclos at 
niitiiriin tiini, .Si>p(enil)er 1st. 
Principal, J. W. OKtmCm. M.A. 



For iirospectus apply the secretary. 

WVERSITY SCHOOL FoT 
GIRLS 

I Ctlve-WoUey iroiise. Oftk Bay, Vlc- 
I torln. B.C., high-grade day and board- 
! ing school for young ladles.- of all 
' ngea. All subjects taught. Pros- 
; pectus on appMcfUlbn. 

i Principal— Mrs. St«dh«m, C(»rt. £na>. 



\v rooK. 



LETTERS TWMt EDITOR 

About BltuUthlc. 

-^'1 I Mi)Hi>r\ e In .vonr ls.-<nf of lodav 

■' ipy£i--*''''"'ivT5ri;-r~Hiiickett r'-rcrVing to 

I lie liitullthlc pavement rfud i,,wlsb to 
bear out Mr. Beckett in his statemmii 
with l-egard tj> this fjrm of paving ma- 
terial, I have seen II In large quan- 
tltlea and my own opinion Is that It ap-, 
Iiroaches the ideal more than any bther 
form of roadway. .. _ . 

In Portland. Oregon, there are severaf 
rhllesT-trf Bttullthic roadway and there 
is some which iini? been down a long 
time, but It Is all In very good condl- 

^tion..,.' .^. .. .,, „.,.._,...,. ^^:, :.,:. ^_. 

i have seen miies of sheet asphalt 
and miles of lylcic. also a tot of asphalh 
block, but' whtir nP these pa\emenlK iii-e 
in mflny;wq.y,v exfellent I certainly 'f>re- 
fer tUe^Tntuiithlc" foiln of consiriictlon. 

As Mr. 'HecRctl very properly says It 
does not crack. This 'certainly caiinol- 
be snid of nsplinll which though a good 
pavement Is i-crv much Inclined to do 
this and rm-thi'i-iii..ir. ii Is very Bllppery 
In wet weather, 

~ 1 mnlllTaln' ilia f "Tic for ia should Have 
pl-i-nly of permnnerit hnrd-siirfnce pa\o- 
ments of the Rltulitblc type. When 
flnlshed the.V look very pretty, are not 
KliriViiMV, even In, wet wea-ihcV and do 
not hnrboi- duRl. * Vlie cost. T bellfve, 
ls.\eiy llitla higheir than ordinary a«- 



81 per cent, voted. At the' same time 
there were ■women enrolled 2ig,000. 
women who voted 190,000, women who 
abstained from voting 53,000.- -Of the 
women enrolled 7S per cent, voted, as 
against 81 per cent* -«f- the rnen. 

TJifi_il|jJ.fttX_ Qt. Other countries and 
states tells the same story. As a mat- 
ter of fact It Is^well known that the 
women of this city of Victoria were de- 
prived of the municipal franchise-* be- 
cause they did value the riglit and did 
ext'rclse It. If they had 8tay<'d away 
from tlie polls and allowed a certain 
section of people to control the munici- 
pal government that amendment to the 
municipal ^franchise act would In all 
probabUlty never have been passed. 

The stattfment that for a certala^e- 
rJod Of life women are engaged In child- 
bearing and are therefore unable- to-de- 
vote any time or Interest to the affairs 
of the state Is another oft-repeated- as- 
sertion which Mrs. Ward clothes in new 
an-l interesting .-langjiage, without in ! 
any w"*' sf^ngthenlng its force. It 
takes a woman about as long to -go 
to the polls and register her vote.as It 
does to go to the postofflce and mall 
a letter, or toi a store and buy a spool 
of cotton. Who objects to her doing 
either of these latter things on the 
ground of want of time? 

Tho fact that she Is the child-bearer 
of the race, the fact that an zUiT^wl'w 
Creator has entrusted to her the high 
and holy duty of bearing and bringing 
up children, seems to me to be a strong 
reason why she should have a voice in 
determining the conditions under ■which 
Shi shall perform this 'sacred duly. 
Who Is more Interested in the moral 
well-being and good governrnent of the 
community than the mother? "Who Is 
more unt to use the ballot with high 
and unselfish alms than shet . Mr.><. 
Ward uses the fact that slie is a mother 
as an argument against, her enfran- 
chisement. To me It seems a, strong 
reason WSby she should be given the 
ballot. — 

Mrs. Ward speaks of the "Irreparable 
ignorance' 'of women In the political 
sphere. "Irreparable Ignorance," In- 
deed' -Whatever may be the case In Eu- 
ropean countries. It Is an ackno.wledged 
fact that .ihrmighout .Ih? Vnlted States 
and Canada tlia average young -woman 
Is better educated than the average" 
yOnhg man. She stays at school longer 
and she pursues a more advanced course 
of study. She Is his superior from a 
moral point of view, she fs his equal 
Intellectually, and Is as capable of 
grasping the truths of economic, socio- 
logical — and polltal riuestlofis. Why 
Should she be Irrepa'rably ignorant, as 
compared with the average young man'.' 
Oo Into any one of our high - schools 
and academies and look around, inquire 
who !t Is that Is leading most of th'e 
classes there, who it Is that Is carry- 
ing off most of the honors in oiir ad- 
vanced provincial and unlverslTy ex- 
aminations. The enquirer will ■ be told 
that about three out of every four of 
these honors go to our young women, 
and If he began his Investigation with 
any preconceived netioris about woman's 
"irreparable ignorance" he 'will probably 
see thing's In a different light Vx-r^re 
he. Is done. 

In fact, ns a work of flctlor,. ;i.s «• I! 
-as''rri3-nr~!r nf?»riiry-. T5tTTnT'"'nT~vre"''«';~lTie 
article you publish from the pen of this 
talented writer la certainly exceedlng- 
ly Interesting. Hut' It adds little to 
the dlscusslfin in the >yay of sound ar- 
gunioni V \xi>ni-;\\'s 



Texas Race Riots. 
PAbRSTLVK. Texas. Aug. 2.— In hlq 
charge to the special grand Jury em- 
panelled today, .ludge .1. B. Gardner 
ordered a thorough investigation of 
I tace rlot.>!i in Anderson county. 
I -.i! additional aVrosls were made tp- 
li'iy in (.liippctlon with t.'ie jlasli be- 
tween whites n,»4. .negroes Friday 
night and Stttur4tiy ,«when tS negroes 
were killed.. ' Eight white men are now 
In jail here, all of whom are charg- 
ed with murder in the first degree, i 
Troop C of the Texas Stale Guard,' 
Under command of Capt. '^'oiifjgor. 
arrived here today and Is encamped In 
the court house yard. 

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The Advance Guard of 
Our New Fall Smts _ 
Has Arrived 

and we are more than enthusiastic about them. It shows and fully demonstrates 
that we are iift£r„the^trade of the particular dresser of Today. 

JVV:£44jm&t.cori£ess.. that gxeat. .crc4it is. due dli^ '.dt:si^n?^^&^^jd^^£-^&~-Ath^^^ 
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Hobberlin Clothes 

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Botft Schwengers and Tyler 
Won Their Matches Yester- 
day in LoGal Tennis Tour- 
ney — Results -^^—L^- 



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AT HALF-TIME 




It TviU bo Intorestlng to note the per- 
formance of Frank Crompton, Vic- 
toria's crack swimmer,- against WJlson, 
the man who captured the' B. C. cl\ara- 
plonship from him- «rt- Vancouver, In 
Saturtifiy's races at the Gorge. Cromp- 
ton was handicapped In the Terminal 
t'lty. After winninK his first heat he 
was forced to enter upon the second 
with srarcelv any rest. He was 
beaten but it Is aipnificant tliat his 
time In the first contest -was better 
than that made by the present title 
holder. However, Crompton admits 
that Wilson is a strong swimmer. He 
ihini<H that they are very evenly 
matched. For that reason Cromptqn Is 
looliinp forward to the forthcoming 
rai-OB very iieeiily. 



In the British Columbia champion 
Bhlp Held meet, which will be held In 
connection with the forthcoming pro- 
vincial exhibition," there will be one 
event which Victorians will follow 
closely, namely, the flve-mlle race in 
which Ralne, .^of Vancouver, and 
Brown, of this city, will compete. They I 
have met four limes thtis far and the 
resulLs give two \iclorlt'S each. Brown 
is anxious to obtain a deoi.'^ive trluTupli. 
Haine is just as desirous of proving 
his superiority. That Is the way the 
land lies. Brown intends going into 
trainins from this date forth so that 
he may be in the best possible condi- 
tion when he meets his rival. In ref- 
erence to that Vancouver race it is ex- 
plained by those who saw it that 
Ralne to01< the lead from the start and 
made it big, then sladteniinf^p. Brown 
thoxigbt it was a bluff and that h^ 



would come back but eventually found 
that he couldn't close up the gap. 

The tennis friends are having a gay 
and festival time this week on the Vic- 
toria club's grounds. Rather too bad 
that Garrett, Alberta's star, couldn't 
get over, and still more regrettable 
that Miss Hofchkiss f ou^d^-14 i=4»vpo«--'- 
sible toyinclude Victoria In the itiner- 
ary of Uer tour of the Northwest, Af- 
ter all, however, there, never was such 
a large num ber o f entries and it seenvs 
assured that Jhcs. flJOftlSi_ wTilcTi . are 
down for next Saturday, will develop 
f*<ime exceedingly line matches. These 
will decide the possession of a num- 
ber of very handsome silver trophies. 

Jockey Janek, the premier jockey of 
the Hungarian turf, has given up 
Tiding to become an aviator. Janek 
has held the record of the most vic- 
tories on the Budapest r > •• r,-)iirs9 
for several years. 



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It viras an enj0yabtie-'-'-'-"da'!f*"6Ti' the 
C'adboru bay teiHiis courts yesterday 
although the tournament play devel- 
oped nothing specially remarkable in 
the way of class. The niajorily ufi 
the ganu'H were decisive wins. Ocoas- 
.sionajly {wu gentl,emi'n, or two ladles 
or a incii'« double, mixed ''double or 
ladies double uiet and were forced to 
f<o three sets to dei'Ido the issue and 
then the rallies bi's-ame more extend- 
ed and the excitement waxe.fl among 
both ])layers and spectators — the lat- 
ter being- . .excei)tlunally •\,numerous 
when it is considered tliat it was but 
the second day of the annual series. 
But the most gratifyin« feature was 
the ready way in wlikii the competi- 
tors responded to the request at the 
nuuiagcment that tU'-:y -H.bould. bo..j)iAi 
time for their matches. The pro- 
gramme was carried out pr:u.licully aa 
it wad advertised. 

..Tile two moat, ulij.-ieiy.. watched fig- 
ures on the grass wei'e B. P. 'Schwen- 
gers, of Victoria, holder of the in- 
ternational championship which he 
won at Spokane, and Joe Tyler, his 
rival, the star member of the fcipukam; 
club.' Both engaged in a couple of 
encounters and were successful, put- 
ting out their opponents AUtout dlt- 
fjf^j^jtjL. -'rhey-L^uia, playing strongly 
and consistently. While— U—i« — Uu- 
possible for those who did hot see 
the match in which Schwengers de- 
feated 'lYler at Vancouver, or wwe 
not presseiit during the Spokane tour- 
Tiarnent, to say whether constant prac- 
tice is putting the- Spokane expon- 
ent in better form. The lew who 
were at the series mentioned are of 
the opinion that Tyler is steadUy 
•climbing up hlU and. that when 
Schwengers and he' meet as it is eon-r 
fiiientally expected they will— the 
strangcn- will give the Victorian the 
toughest argument he has had this 

beason. , 

Make Their Debut. 

Schwengers and Tyler who are 
playing together In. the men's doub- 
les made their first appearance and 
signalized their debut by triumphing 
over Kingston and Trench, the score 
being 6-0. 6-1. 1" singles Schwen- 
gers defeated- Montgomery 0-1, 6-3 



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McLorg and .Miss N. Baker beat 
Trench atwl -Miss G. Pitts, 6-3, 7-5. 

Dewdney and -Mi.ss Hayne beatJL. C. 
Futcher and Mi.«.s Phillip.s. 

(UiKler and Mrs. Christie beat Baker 
and .Mr.s. Inues, 8-6, 6-.4.. .».».— 
Notes by "Umpire." 
li l.s loo early in tli.f week to pre- 
dU-t indlvldaul result.s, but non-e too 
early to predict with perfect safety 
the best tournament ever held in Vic- 
toria, with the certainty of close and 
exciting nnalH In most of the events. 

Todav the Vancouver baggage was 
on hand and the strong posse of rac- 
quet wieldors from the Terminal city 
•tnuch In evidence. While It Is doubt- 
ful If anyone from the outside vvlll 
lie able to" defeat Schwengers or Miss 
Marlon Pitts, enough was seen today 
I to convince- the lookers-on that Miss 



Tvler and Miss Hobson were called Pearce, from Kamlooys, Mlsa Hob 

,,»Ar. fn mpet GllUatt and Miss Violet son, from Vancouver, and Mr. Lang- 

upon to meet om^^^^^^^^ not allow the plucky little 

Pooley. .^"^fj^""^,^^'^^^^^ a walk over. Miss Pearee 

not playing in *"> ^hlns 'Ike the ^,°'^^ Attracted special attentjon. She has evi 

which marked her matches at van- ,_.,.. ,_^ ,. , — ;„„„iu in o cnn, 




couver. The former won out in two 
straight sets. 

In the ladles.' doubles there were a 
couple of flrst-tctoss matches. Mrs. 
Genge ^nd Miss Pitts were too strong 
for Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Dewar, win- 
ning the three--sWSr *-6.-:6-l. S--2-' It 
was a good game. In the opening set 
Nelson and Mrs. Dewar were suc- 



iV^i>lKr>n ana ivirn. L/ewu,i v>ci«i owv-- i*m.-7 ».♦.....»-..*.., >■-- «- 



dently learnt her tennis in a good 
school. She hits hard, places well, and 
has a long, swift drive to the base, 
which is Very effective. She ought to 
come pretty near to the llnals. In her 
double today, partnered by Miss Alice 
Bell, she was defeated by Mrs. Lang- 
if-y and Miss M. Bell, who thoroughly 
deserved Lheir yjctory. but Mis? Bell 
was evidently off her' game. Her 



t«r brwt ght Mrs.: Gefiffs --And -JMiss 
Pitts to the fore. They worked hard- 
er returned more accurately, and 
easilv carried victory. completely 
turning tiie tables. Another three- 
set match was that in which were op- 
posed Mlsa Jukes and Miss B. Jukes, 
of Vancouver and Mrs. Proctor and 
Mrs. E. Crow Baker, of this city. The 
^visitors , were successful.- 

Among the . featiirea for tomorrovr 



to be short Of practice. 

That ev<?r consistent player. Miss 
Violet pooley. partnering Mr. GiHlat. 
went down to defeat before Tyler and 
Mis.-} Hobsooi The score was 6-3, 6-4, 
but as a matter of fact In the two 
latter there was a difference of gnly 
six points. It will take a good pair to 
put Tyler and his partner out of the 
running. ' . , 

.Cardinal, .I'lin Jukes and Gllllat. of 
Vancouver, have done well in the pre 



AVc have had placed in our hnnd^ for rjiiick sale, a cosy, home, sihikted on 
the car hnc between FernWood K'm.i'! ..nd ihf jiihction of Vnv\ and . Yates^ 
Streets. The house is a splendidly designed 7-roomed Ikingalovv, modern 
throughout, with e:as connectrons in addition to electric light. It has a. large 

attic rnnnint? whole length, 'au^] lias/v' dr\ rmd rooniy cellar. The lot has a 
froiitaj.: - )0 feet on Fort Strecr good depth and th e garden surround- 

jn^r til,- ii-.i; ;- :~ withcai! cf.ni]. lyv'-ere in lliis focality. the roses grown 

arc ennal ti'> am In >l hfni-c varieties. 



so unfortunate as to. be defeated in 
the first round! - 

COMPLETE- RESULTS 

Yesterday's complete results follow: 
Ladles Singles 
iss N. Baker beat Mrs. Christie, 

fi-S, 6-0. —^ — 

Miss Pearce^t[eat Miss Mara, 6-3, 

Miss L. PhllMps beat Mt«. B. Green, 
6-0. 'e-n. 

Ladies Doubles 

Mrs. W. Langloy and Miss M. Bell 
beat Miss A. Bell and Miss Pearce, 
fi-4. 6-.4. ' 

Mrf«. Merritt and Miss Tupper beat 
Mrs^ Elliott and Miss Langlcy, 6-4. 0-3., 

Mrs.- Gonge and Miss Pitts beat Mrs. 
Nelson II nd Mrs. Dewar; 4-6, 6-1, 6-2. 

Mis.H Jukes and Miss B. Jukes beat 
Mrs. Proctor ;ind .M-" '••-•nv Bnkpr. 
6-1, 1-6, jB-1. 

Mens Singles 

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is .'ill Ihat is require*!, 'he !..;,d [■)iircli;rT figure i-^ $7,350.00,. "R-d-.-i-r r:l}^U' 
.|,-j-;,,,,.(.,l !m --nil iMM-i-'i >. ; . ( ii lier 1«\- nii'nthly instalnienl > <rr l^n^ i.iiii ]i;i_\ 

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Among tne . ICaiUrCH lvi i.ui,iv»i..^T. vuncou^l-l, liavc viwn-; ..c. ... ...... I-..- 

are the opening games in the mcn'sMiminary rounds. Jephson'splay was a 
Blmrles consolation tournament. This! little disappointing . but it would- be 
H open to those gentlemen who were a mistake to discount the ft. ure 
la open lo III" H _^ .._,.„..., ,_ jjiims of such a versatile player. Mac- 

Rae, mcKson, Pollok. C:ambie. Rlthet 
and J. I^eemlng are among the winners 
and look like surviviflg several rounds. 
One of i\u- surprises of the day was 
the ^ which Mr. Hepburn, of 

Kami. nn from Mr. Kingston, the 

well kn6wn Duncan's player. Kings- 
ton took the llrst set. after which 
Hepburn got the upper hand and ac- 
counted for the two following and won 
the match. 

A feature of the tournam' ' ' <r 

is the large percentage of ioinm>i" 
players. Young men. and girls still in. 
or hardly out of their "teens." This is 
the explanation of the 169 entries ami 
is one of the most hopefVil lights for 
the future of the game In Victoria. 

Too much praise cannot be given to 
the active members of the committee 
for the excellent arrangements. The 
•grounds are perfect and the catering 
and general aCPOlTitments beyond 
criticism. I am sure where, everything 
is so near perfection no auggestion.s 
will not be taken amiss. There should 
nf)t be any practising on l\\e courts 
during the tournament., Th«- churls 
will "cut. up" enough with the sched- 
uled matches, and the umpires should 
face the stand so J:hat the spocta- 
tiVra'' caYT'Kcaf ■' evcFy "'"p'oiflt an hftUfiCcff; 
It adds greatly to the intercut. 

Today's. Games at the Cour^si 
10:15 a. m.--MrH. Innes and Miss 
Baker vs. Mlsa B. Green and ..Miss 
Robertson; K. J. li. CJardinali vs. Gig- 
ler; Wlnslow vs. Gillespie; A. E. 
- JtrkCfT -artdr-M-laa -sFukes -vSv -I«K>d6S--a n . 1 
Mr.s. Proctor. 

1^ a. m.— ^Mlss Mara frTi11"M-ts^ V\U:- 
glbbon vs. Mi.«!.'» Ifobson nnd Ml.''s Al- 
len; Mr. Merritt and Miss T\ii>per vs. 
Mlsa Ross and Miss Musgrovc; Wil- 
n-iot vs. Ray Thompson; H. P.;iierts v.>!. 
li. M. McBorg; Ryriil vs. Hepburn, 
...J5- P- m.— Mrs*. Genge and Miss Pitts 
-i'a.-.M'iss e1iIs and Mi.1B llarvey; D. IX 
,-iMd Mrs:'Dewa,r vs. U lU.a^l nnd Miss 
itobertR'-m; Pollok vs. Glllintt; .MIsr A. 
Hell vs. Atl'-s l.,angley; Kingston vs. 

Uithfl. 

2;45-_\\-. II. C. Klrbbrlde and Mlsa 
VL^Bell vs. Roberts and Miss Fitzgih- 
l)on; Charleson vs. Merritt; Koefer vs. 
E. M. McCallum;_LeCTnlng v,«. .Mont- 

' gomery. - 

S;,-}© W. n. C. Kirkbrldo vs. Rome; 

E J H. Cardinal and D. S. Mont- 
gomerv vs. Rlthet and J. I.eemlng; 
Miss ilayncB vs. Miss Hobson; Miss 
Robertsbn vs. Miss C. Pitts. 

— ifflS-i-A. ■ R. McCallum and Mrs. 

■Merritt vs. A. Darcy and Miss I..ittle; 
M. O. RinviTott- 'and. Mrs. Creen vs. 

"CHi>t CfHwr.ird ajid Mi.ss Pitts; Rev, 
Rynli .-ind Marshall vs. Cllllntt and 
.luUfs; n.- Klicrt.s and Mi.s.'i Ross vs. 
\[;\cvi\(- and Miss A. Bell. 

n:()(i p. m. — <'. Schwengers ^■s. wln- 




" A. , Martin beat: D'Arcy,' T?-,l., ,6-2. 

•iilllat beat Wilmof. 6-0. 6-2. 

.Vlatterson beat Morrttt, fi-2, 6-1. 

Rbmo hr-at Charleston, 6-3, 6-4, 

/Sugler beat T. I>emlng, 6.-4, T. ;i. 

B. SchwcntT' 
<ry. 6-1, 6-3 

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aiUiHl iv«d Jukes' beat Jamc 
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Kfefpr nnd KlrK-brldgc !m ,< ihomp- 
son and Rhodes, 4-fi, fi-4. 

Kecvfcr and Klrkbrldp beat Hewlt- 
snn nnd atiprler, 6-2, 6-2. 

Hlthjpt nnd Loeming beat Baker and 
Uohcrts, (5-3, e-4. 

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Wll.son and Lnvvsftn bent McLorgf 
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Crawford and WhytP heat C. 
Pchwrn>?erR' and .lephson, 4-6.-8-6. 6-+, 

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AVhyli' iiml .Mrf. Onnw boat Kingston 
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Tylor and Mlaa HnbHon heat Qllllat 
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(';iriltl\nl nnd .Ml-.'-' .Mh-n brat Hay 
ThoniiisvMi aoa Mlsa Lniigloy, tt-1. 6-1. 




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^). S. MontWnnicry and Mi."!!" .Tukcs; 
Matl^-rHon v.h. Marshall; \\r». lnii(>s 
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Terminal City lacrosse Twelve 
Meet Victoria in Provincial 
C h a m p i n s li i p G a me This 
Week — As to Training 



knowletiKe of Hyiilein is beiUile.lho point, 
Wliat the I'tlns dcsli-e. arvd wliat iniiKthe 
(|one 111 order to ensure the popularity of 
the sport hfrc, 1h that the officials profit 
from last Week's i-xpericnce. 



SCHOOL BOY TEAM 

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. Tlierc is (o he another lai.royc inaHJli 
next Sitturriaj-.^^"""^-: - — t 

Vi.uoouvtr iind'Vlctorla will lir.e-up ot 
the. '0?Ut nay g-rounrls nnrne of the pro- 
vltieiul aniatV'iir clumiploriKhlp gutnes. Jn 
order to retain a fighting chance for that 
Kilmarnock cup the locals niust win. It 
llicy Viaven't bceri~tS6' baflly discouraged 
as "ir"ri?svilt of the rather severe licking 
Kew Wesiniinster administered last Sat- 
urday, tll^y wTIT even now bo hard at 
work In preparation and will go up 
a'gain.st -the !?trungers with .-i dete rmln- 
atlon to- win at all hazards. 

Mow should Victoria train? 






It may seem to the stilection commit- 
tee rather presumptuous for the writer, 
with whom its members are acquainted, 
to venture upon any sugRestlbns. There- 
fore, it may be well at the outset to ex- 
plain tliatjiieaiMbJolned hints come from 
a source which should Rive them wel)j-ht. 
They were furfSished in the course of a 
conversation wi th _ax). old ..Westminster 
player, a veteran of tho old school, who 
~ iins been Interested actively and inactlve- 
' ly in athletics since his early >''outh. and 
who has figured on more than one 
champlan team. ^^^ ■ ^., 

"Why not choose the representative 
twelve now," 'he remarked, "and pit them 
against the strongest second team that 
can be picked?" 

-^-Titen he elaborated, and his arguments 
sounded the acme of logic. It would be 
possible in the first place to give tho 
lads wiio would be called upon the best 
kind, of practice. They would become 
acQualnted with each other in the field, 
something no one disputes is absolutely 
indispensable If a teiim wlshes-= to de- 
vQlop--'jiIiIy&|f streiigth. In the second 
place, the committee would be able to 
see whether any mistakes had been made 
in the choosing, and thus tho weaknesRes, 
being dlscerued,_couJ_d._be remedied by the 
liitroductl6n~of others who displayed the 
.'^peed and, general ability for the position 
or positions in question. ■, • 

These suggestions are made not In' pt- 
splri't. of criticism or faultfinding. It 13 
admitted that those responsible for' the 
team which met defeat at the hands of 
the Royal City last week did their best, 
that they" were, and doubtless are" still, 
of the opinion that that was the strong- 
est twelve - available' here. On whose 
shot'ilders reposes the responsibility of' 
s'^nrlin.q- them on the flfld with so little 



In the eariy 'part of the >ear a 
contingent of California collegians 
toured tlie Commonwealth and so sue-, 
ceasfiil was the undcriitkirig and so 
far-reaching in Its results frohi an, 
educational standpoint,, that similar 
project ill regard to Australian lads 
was suggt'fctC'd and U is How dcrinlloly 
ueoidi'd to send a sclioul boy team to 
America to pla:y tliu Australian gante 
of football. Air.' J. J. yiinons of Wes- 
tern Australia has the matter practi- 
(jiiUy settled and has a' sum of $10,000 
In hand to\yards the project. Every 
effort will be made to cnsun^ a thor- 
oughly, repre.sentativo "Cornstalli" 
ttani aTTit'Thc -six- states- of Australia 
will contribute its uuola of i)layers. It' 
Is inteiideil that a brass band of •10 
performers,,, vauudovlUe entertainers 
gjnmasts.rltle shots, baseball and 
football players, \vni be Included in 
the itinerary. Instruments to the 
value of $1,500 have already been pur- 
chased and early opportunity will bo 
taken to organize the band.. Prior to 
its departure the team will tour Aus- 
tralia, and is expected to leave Byd^- 
■ney for San Francisco ou August H, 
1911. 



SCOLLERS MEET 
Off THE 18TH INST. 



Arnst and Barry Compete for 
World's Championship On 

■ . Zambesi River This Month 
— Keen^ Sentiment Aroused 



SOCCER BEE IS^ — 

.BEGINNING TO BUZZ 



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Although the long summer «ven 
Ings have as yet hardly commenced 
to wane, and the basoball and lacrosse 
series are :just at their .climax not 
to^mentlo^a crl-pk&t • wrifch comes on 
with a big" tournament at the end of 
this month, still-already the football- 
ers are commencing to get busy. 

Do^\vt| at '. tho . Emgreps Athletic club 
they intend to mate© a brave start 
tills season and to thatV-nd thay have 
called a meeting of all tjipse interest- 
ed in the good old game Of soccer lor 
next Friday eveniiig in the club rooms 
to commence at 8 o'clock. At thla 
meeting offieeri^ will be elected for the 
coming season and arrani^ements for- 
mulated for the putting onr the field 
of a fii-st class team, one which will 
show up. in an y .league wMch -they 
enter. " ' " 



There will be a large crowd out to 
see next, Saturday's lacrosse match 
between Victoria and Vancouver 
teams. That New We^stmlnster vic- 
tory isn't going to discountenance the 
fans. They have the stuff If it Is prop- 
erly directed. The suggestion made 
In another column, that the represen- 
tative twelve should be selected Im- 
mediately and another team chosen to 
meet, theiri, should be adopted without 
delav. There i.sn't a minute to lose. 



l/'NDON. Au g. 3— E rnest Kurry, the 
lOnglish rowing ch4miiiion, aijd llichard 
Arust-, the New Zealand chanip'"". will 
meet for the woriills sculling rham-^ 
pionship on the Zambesi river In 
South Africa on tho ISth_.of August. 

It is impossible to tell from thl.s dis- 
tance AviTfVt form Arnst la In, aUhough 
recent dlsviaiche.^ sa.vs lie Is in the pink 
of fettle. 'Barry went away . piiupared 
from tile climax of his aiiuatic career, 
„The coming champknislilp meet has 
brought forward tlie name of William 
Iteach of Mell)Ourne. Au.stralia, vvlio 
won the chamidonshlp Iron) Edward 
Hanlan of Toronto. Canada, In a race 
on the Parametta river, In Australia, 
aii4— defemkiiL. the title successfully 
against Jacob Gaudaur of St. I..ouls on 
the Thinnes river, in Kngrland. After 
this victory Beach retired and 
turned the championship over to H. E. 
STearle, a young Australian oaf sman. 
Seurle defeated W. O'Connor- for the 
ehnmploniifelp, then died. Some persons 
believe that Searie was a greater oars- 
niau than Beach. There was, howevoL. 
only little difference between Beach, 
Hanlan and Gaudaur when in their 
prlm^. "When Beach beat Hanlan in 
Australia. American and Canadians 
thought the antipodean had a decided 
shade over: HanLan.-Jjmam US' h as the 
race was rowed over a course that 
-Beach -was thoroughly familiar with. 
Hanlan ynnAe the long trip for the race 
and had little or, "no acquaintance with 
the Parametta riyer, when the con- 
test was Ijeld. Beach is now living a 
retired life. 

Hard on Yankees. 

Thare Is bound to be rough sledding 
for "the Yankees In thC' next Olj-mpald 
at Stockholm In 1912. It is pretty^ cer- 
tain that Sheppard, Sheridan and 
Ewry, American's three best point 
winners, will have ended their athletic 
days before 1912. 

There is no doubt that Americans 
still are Improving as athletes. There 
will be many favorable changes In 
the next t>vo years. The Swedes and 
other , nations also 'are' coming along 
fast, and It will not be only the 
Britons who will have to be. beaten, 
as was the case In forfher Olympalds. 

Again, the otjds in 1912 will be all 
against Uncle Sam- The Americans 
will be up. against a combination 
The fad tliat t'ncle Sammy has made 



the rest of the world's athletes look 
liifG u biineh of novices In the r'*>Ht 
doesn't set well In the lOuropean craw'. 
It wjiji "anything to beat the Yan- 
keee" in London, and it will he even 
more so In Stockholm in 1912. The 
Swe"des alreatly liave i;onsplreil Willi, 
the Brlton.i In an attempt to handicap 
jlhe Yankees. Thl.s can be gleaned 
trntn the changr.-! In the I'Hyniple pro- 
gramme. It is noteworllo' that tlu> 
changes under consideration are in 
events in whioli the pa^t American 
athletes' have shown a , decided ,s"u- 
preniacv. , . 

/U' - 
. .._..:._Bar.: Pictures. 

The iiitern.'itjonal dlscusislon over 
the Jelfrie.s-John.son light piclin-ea, 
which extended even to far-away 
Si I u th A f rlea ,- wli<irB they jyere barred 
lit Jolia.nne.sbur.g,' teaches a ^■•a-UjalSlo 
le.sson. AA'ln- 'advertise prize lighting'.' 

In England and Europe the game i.s 
comparatively safe, but if^ my advi.c 
were asked as to the .\neT!c:\n Kltua- 
tlon I would say; 

••Klim!naie_tliir.-muriiuS,.piciur£S_j.ij)d 
tiu'ee- fourths of tht*- newsjiaper ad- 
vertising of boxing." That is tho beJ^t 
way to settle the ditlic ulty. I see, n o 
t reiisniv""VVh"v nie"lTrcIures Should ITiT 
prohibite d ih Lot tjaoD^"— llLt'ertalii parts 
uf America race riots mif-rTit ii.i>.e re- 
sulted, but not here. 



SOME NOTES. 



The Urst gets of Spearmint,' winner 
of the 190« Derby, wore seen at the 
recent Newmarket 'stock sale*, when 
$21,000 w^as paid for a brown yearling 
Ijy St. Frlsquln. A filly by Spear- 
mint out of a mare named The Mes- 
sage brought $7,500. A number of 
4iaF»«B- f rom Clarence H. Mackay 's 
stock farm near Lrf!xington, Ky.. were 
dlspostedUfT"""''"^ — ~~ 



" Richard Croker wil l have a- number 
of entries in the Irish >iorf»e yhow. 
■which will take place next i ' it 

Dublin. Sir Thomas L.lptQflu>' '' 

guest of .Mr. Croker during tne .siuiw. 
I am Informed from Dublin that Mr. 
Croker will sail for the United States 
early In October to spend the winter 
at Palm Beach. ' 

To Judge by the reports about pro- 
fessional sprint racing in England just 
now the game must be in the heyday 
of its bloom. The manager of tiie 
Pontypridd A, C. offered h piirse of 
$1,000 'for a single race of *130 yards 
between <• Donaldson and , Hoi w.ny , the 
American, ponjildsbni' wanted an addi- 
tional stake of $1,000 a side, but Hol- 
way thought it was too' much. The 
American thought that $500 a side was 
enough, and it is very probable that 
they will race for that amosmt. The 
date win be early next month. 




and Supt. Inglls favor sendln.g the 
team, and both the president and Mr. 
Preston are ready to authorize the 
necessary appropriation from theclul) 
treasury. 

' With , Jack NeKson, the Hi)rinter; 

Clarence tOdniiindsrin, qiiarlor and ha 

■niHer and Joe Malcohnnson, hurdler, 

add,ed to the team that won the Pa- 

cilic Northwest cliamiiion.shlp la-st 

Saturday, llie cli4l> vvonl^d hfive a foi-- 

mWaljle bunch of .ithJeAes in any 

company. , • ; . .,., ' .^„ 

Tho cjub athletes who went to Vanr 

couver were well s:itisflert ■ with the 

result of the meet although tti ere were. 

^ . ' y^ . • „ J several unfortunate features. Jrtarry 

UOmpete in U0mpetltl0n''''clt''^^^1^'"-lh'' '"'IP ruiin^r say^? he was 

fouled "by Sweeney, "and the rest of 
the teani back him ^up. Courtney, 
'the ypung 'sin'inter. .JVKCui hla. heat vin 
Iho hundred yard dash easily, but 
strained his knee ;ind could not con-, 
Llnue in hl.< usual form, and lirailey 
Oi.sh, the all-round star, did not d(), 
liiniself Justice because he has Jieen 
trTiin'.iiir for tuo .many ovcTits. 



Proyrncial Western and East- 
ern Canadian Athletes Will 



Winnipeg This Month 



WlNNIPEti, Aug. 2. Ttur local Y. 

■M. C. A. havci. been gianted a sanction 
to hold an open meet oji.Monday, Aug- 
ust Kr Not^\»Jthstandlng the short nor 
tiee that they have reeelved'a good 
prograTnniE~Ia.-SteTr uriaei-" vvay. Nego- 
tlation s are now inj^lne to have Bobby 
Kerr liere f(jr the' spiTiTi5'"'antf ivTso'.lo- 
get J. H, (jlllls, th(! Van couv er .pollce- 
"thaii, who took the all- round cham- 
pionship at the Dominion meet last 
year. Ho Is going to Chicago on. Aug- 
ust 13, to compete against Sheridan 
and other American cracks for the all- 
round championship of America and 
everything Is being done to try and 
iiave him stop here on his vvay. 




The following events will De run off l-geaeort 



and all «f them will be handicapped, 
80- that every maii who is running at 
all and even those who are riot, will 
•have a good chance to land some of 
the merchandise; 100 yards, 220 yards, 
440 yards, 880 yards, 1 mile, 1 mile 
walk. 220 yards hurdles, standing 



nlng high jump, running hop, step and 
jump, pole vault, 12-lb. shot put, 12- 
11). fianmier, .lis, u^ im, ^■,,■:\^^ race 
for boys ijie; relay 

rnrenorppn-ti ; i ;, :• ,, , ilie "dif- 

ferent playgrounds,, eight boys to com- 
prise a team and run 880 yards. The 
boys niust be tf^nder 100 lbs. weight. 



Frank Stevenson had a run of form 
In a rq cent clay -i)lgeon shoot. He cap- 
TiJfecT tlie Perrv ciip and^all the ot,lier 
lmiga,'r"'HW'eep'sla'k'e'S, efal. Tliaf'^'wefe- 
loose,. It is.- understood tliat he has 
gone to ' the other side for the Se- 
attle shoot. Jf ho maintains the pace 
he, slioukl make some of thosfe Ameri- 
cans sit up. ' ' 



l>et all budding pitchers — those In 
mind are Steel and Towusend, of the 



fc — It — 



Jimmy Holness' e.^perlence. It wasn't 
many seasons ago that he was one of 
the star twlplers of tlie Northwest. P'or 
speed and variety of benders he was 
hard to beat. But he would Insist In 
fanning out 16 or H-i»en a game, in 
other words he forgot that he had a 



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arm has lost Its cunning. There could 
be no more pitiable a sight to the 
genuin e -sport than to see Jlgi my bat- 
■tefl.jaimit.,ttl£- nc:nT~a.a ffahn pnerl n fn-iy 
evenings ago In an amateur match. 



T<>eddy Welsh, lightweight cham- 
pion of England, Infornis^mffin ho un- 
certain terms in a letter from I'onty- 
p.rldd, Wales, that he has not defi- 
nitely consented to meet Abe Attell, 
the American featherweight champion. 
Hugh Mcintosh and George McDonald, 
two foreign iiromoters, attempted to 
bring the net:,.t iHi i'lns t" .-i close. 



SEATTLE MAY SEN.D 

TRACK TEAM SOUTH 

American Athletes^Wisiv to "Compete 
For National Championships—;^ 
, Claims Sweerjcy Fouled 

SKATTLE. Aug. 2.— Seattle Athletic 
club members _ are .^agitating a pro- 
position to send a track team to the 
national championshljjs of the Ama- 
teur Athletic Union In New Orleans 
this summer. Unless something un- 
foreseen occurs Physical Director Tom 
McDonald will jirohably gpt authority 
to send out a call for the scattered 
members of last year's winning aggre- 
gation and start theln intralnlngr for 
tlie. event. 

President James"* T, Blakistone, of 
the S. A. C. Harold Preston, a lead- 

i,".,' member nt the, hoard of lilreptors. 



DIAMOND STUDDED 

BELT FOR JOHNSON 



Bland S, Sets a New ; Record' 
for Horsemen of Manitoba's 
Capital— Country Ja^y Tro.ts 
Fastest' Ever 



-BRANDO.V, Man., Aug. 2.— Joe Car- 



.NETW 'yOBjS; Aug, 2.— Jack John- 

.son, the colored pugilist, is to get a 
$25,000 diamond studded belt, em- 
blematic of .the heavy weight cham- 
pionship of the world from 4he <;olor— 
ed peoplr; throughout the United State's' 
and the presentation is tp be made 
at a big dinner to be grlven in this 
city some time In November, Sub- 
scriptions ai-e being solicited by a 
committee headed by "Baron" Wilkins 
the leader of the negro colony In this 
city. 

It is Bald that $5,000 has been prac- 
tically assured by the New York ne- 
groes. A systematic effoft to gather 
subscriptions In all cities is to be 
m;ide. . , 

The belt will 'be of solifl goM -Btiid- 
ded with 200 diamonds of different 
siY.PB. the centfe stone45..ta-.weIfeh more 
than four carat<<. 



son, tlTe-well-known:,'iN.:innlpeg horse- 
man, was the idol of several thousand 
followers of the racing game the other 
afternoon when his st-eady little bay 
pacer. Bland S.^,Jn„,a race against the 
Brandon track record not only low- 
ered It,' but also beat the record set 
ITp—Ijy Harold' IT. at Winnipeg throe 
years^ ago, and .which has^ not been 
beaten on this occasion. Bland S. 
also lowered the Canadian record for 
the half-iTrile track, making that dis- 
tance in one minute llVa seconds, the 
time for the mile made by Bland S. 
being 2 minutes f)i,4 seconds. Harold 
H.'time for the mile was 2;07. VVhen 
tlrdDrdges announced tHeresult of the 
race the enthusiasm off the crowds in 
the starid knew no ^ouncls. The popu- 
lar owner was cheered" td"^tKe echo 
and he stood on the track before the 
judges' box receiving ^o'ngratulationa 
froni his many friends. J. Fries run- 
ner, Lelhand, driven by the owner, 
I'.'ici d liland S. 

A nother Record. . 
— K A^MA_zeerr^»ttctT;i -- Aug.— 2.— An « 
"other.~World's recora~w'as shiashed at 
the Grand Circuit meet recently when 
Country Jay won the three fastest 
heats over consecutively trotted tlia 
time being 2:04V4, 2.05Vi an'ft 2:06',^ 
an average of., 2: 00. Country Jay also 
lowered his own record tor four-year- 
old trotters from 2:06i4 to 2:04>4. 
This all took place in the 2:05 trot and 
when the race was over Gus M^cey, 
Country Jay's driver, received at tre- 
mendous ovation Besides dolnj.' all 
these things. Country Jay defeated 
Sonoma' Girlf the favt)rite, after fbrc- 
Ing her to trot the first boat in 2:04i/4. 
The former record for a ,three heat, 
trotting rac^ was held by' Mainsheet, 
who at Columbus, , Ohio, , trotted the 
first two heats In 2:'05 3-4, 2:05 1-4 
and lost the third to Oro in 2:05 1-4., 
Oro also started in the sen.sational 
race "today and won third money. 
Sonoma Qirl lowered tho track record 
J2f..Z;05 1-4 made by Hamburg Belle In 
1908 to 2:04 1-4. The average time ot 
tl|e> 14 heats trotted and paced today 
was 2:06Vi. 



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Thistle Brand Tomato Catsup — per. bottle :, . 
Ontario Fresh Eggs — per dozen ...... . . ... 

\\ c have a few small --tub'i of Alberta Dairy Butter 

which ■w'e \yil! ■- ri! ,!', ]>' v !h. ......; 26<^ 

Cox's Gelatine--' ])er packei ^-^-t-^-. IQ^ 

Christie's and Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits — All kinds 

11' >\^ in stooie^ — : , " , 

Fine Californian Apples^-per box ^1.50 

< )r 5 Ih^.: for ............ .■',:. . .• .25<* 

Read OUR Prices Carefully and Be Convinced. You 
Will Save Money by Trading With Us 

Nice Small Juicy Oranges -jxr il'i/cii 

Traver's Worcester Sauce- ^ ii.iii, i-in; l..:i!'u--. 
Lea & Perrin's Worcester Sauce ;■ iii iiotilc , 

y.:-]nni l.)oUlc . .,.,... . . . .,'. ., ^. . . . .-._._.,. .^ ._j^.^j^ 

Holbrook's Punch Sauce-r-pef bo ttle '". . . . .^V^. 

Morion's Persian Sherbet- -i -lb. Ixittic .,..".,. 

Fresh Local Tomatoes — 2. lbs. j'or , , 

Seeded Raisins— -Victoria Cross Brand, the finest 

packed — lar. ' >-/., packet . .' 1 0<^ 

Or ir packc;:. u,i . SI,. 00 

Cleaned CuWants— 3~~"Tbs. for 2r>r 

New English Mixed Peel per 11> irnr* 

Shelletl Almonds or Walnuts-jiiT lb lOc* 

New Orleans Molasses -'-Hi. tin I Txt^ 

' i-g-allon tm ' : . . . : ;i5<^ 

I -.craljon tfu ■ (»r»<* 

Golden Syrup— ^2-lb. Tin .' 1 7>t^ 

5-ib. .tin • :tr><^ 

in-Ih, tin . . . ." .'.-.a.. ; . ,«r><* 

Lyle's Golden Syrup-i^-z-ih.rin '.. '. •' 20<" 

.1-lb; tin : 35<^ 

i4-!b., tin r...,^ ,...!.. .......... .i^l.OO 



20c 



1 5<- 

2r>c^ 

25^ 

.25^ 



PURE WEST INDIA LIME JUICE— 
per (jj-jaLrt^ buttle 

Spices — all kinds, guaranteed-— per tin 1 Oc* 

Pure Maple Syrup — Pride of Canada — qt. bottle. .5<)<' 
Maple Flavor Syrup — quart tin 35f 

' >-,L,Mllon till.. . ... ...'..• <->r><^ 

Mapleine- -per botttc 50c 

Cbivers' Lemonade Powder — one packet makes tw.c 

gallons uf excellenl l.,enii>!iadc— per packet. . . . .1.5f* 
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds at lowest 

possible prices. 
McLaren's Imperial Cheese — per jar, 50c aiK 
IngersoU Cream Cheese-— each 15c anci . . . 
Cove Oysters — _' tins fn; . . . 

Blue Point Oysters — per .1:;. .in i 

Malta Vita — per packet ...... 

-Corn Starch — 3 ]*ackets for 

Laundry Starchy— 3 lbs. for 

La undry Bl ue— -Da3r& i\iartr!a1rEingnTni7T-lb'~pk"t ! 1 5<^ 

Rowat's English Vinegar — ^quart bottle 3 r><^ 

Shredded Cocoanut — per lb. . . . .' 2i{)«' 

Tetley's Loose Tea --4 lbs. for- SfJI.OO 



INDEPENDENT CREAMERY BUT- c-t rxfx 

TER- .5 U.S. f,.r f I.UU 

Chiver's Patent Custards or Blanc Manges— pkt.. 15c 

Wagstaff's Pure Jams -5- lb; tin .... 75<^ 

Pure Gold Prepared Icings — per packet ..'.\....10c 

Pure Gold Salad Dressing— per packet. . ....... .10<* 

Pure Gold Quick Puddings, all kinds— per packet lO^" 
Marmalade--C,"rossc & I'laekv\-el]' ''< t'in...;25<^ 

1 '1; tin \ ■ 500- 

; : ' tin '. . . ,.......■., 75<* 



can 



25^ 



.2,>c 

:io<' 
10^ 

25<^ 

.25f' 



.i2i';<^ 

$f2.H5 

I Ir-. .lit i ill.' 1 i ] 11. ^ i [ i| I i U j'^ 



Our Special Blend Tea 1 I!.- t(M» . . . 
Red Label Coffee — gr'nind i.i :-h<,ia-R-- 1 
Pure Java and Mocha CoffecT— per lb. 
Suchard's Cocoa ' : !Ii, tin 

'>lli. tin . .•' 

ill), tin 

Fry's Cocoa-;-3 J.r'b. packets 

Reindeer Coffee or Cocoa and. Milk— pcr^tin^ 

Reindeer Milk— 2 tins for •......." 

"Chiver's Orange Marmalade— 1 11 >. c^'la-- jfii 

y) III tin ■ 

Chiver's Strawberry or Raspberry Jam 

J I lb. g,la.iis-. jars ■• 

4-lb. tin . t' 



Sfil.lO 
. 25<^ 
. 10<' 




Tomatoes— Tartan '^Hrar 

Case of 2 dozen cans 

Corn pr>.Beans- ^T artaiL.i]raud--pci- tiiv--.-.. 

(-"a.^e uf 2" <lozcii f''.r . 
'I'rirtan T.rand of (.".inn.'.i a 
Strawberries or Raspberries Tartatt Brand- 

2 tins for 

Pure White^ Castile Spap-:;l'inji.Jjiiix_^...._..^.. 
Superfine Toilet Soap -o r.ikes for ..... 
Washing Powder — ("loblcn \\i'-.t I,iif.;e i^ 
Pcarline — J packets for 

jn Ami -2 packets for : . 

Sapc;lio ; ( ' cake .-. ; , . . r- 

White Beans-— 4 lbs. \'<y ....;.... 

' 'r ■■') I1)s. for 

Johnson's Fluid Bcci 1 i • j, 

Baking Powder .\J:i ^ ;.n 

.S-lb. can 

Saanich Clams -' tin-- I'd: 

Clark's nr Armour's Pork and Beans — 3 

Split Peas- 4 lbs. for . .. . 

Traver's or Rowat's Pickles— all kinds— 
Anti-Combine Jelly Powder — 4 packets 
St. Charles Cream — .small tin. ........ , 

C. & B. Jams — nice for camping — 3 smal 
Australian Mutton— ^larcrc tin 



.20cV 

2r»o 

20<- 

2r>f 

25<- 
lOo 
25^ 
50 (^ 

000 
200 

, J>00 

.25^ 
.25f^ 

.25^ 
15<^ 

.25^ 

V ^M' 

jars for 25<' 

,45<^^ 



tins for 



-per jar 

for. . . . 



ANTI-COMBINE SOAP— nr 

7 full (Veiglit bar-- f( ir ^ ...... . *mD\, 

Nice Large Watermelons, each 35c to. . 50^ 

Robinson's Patent Barley or Groats— per im. . . .25f^ 
Clark's Potted Meats — for sandwiches — 4 tins for 25^ 

Fry's Breakfast Cocoa --'.; lb. tin 25^ 

Clark's or Armour's Pork, Beans and Tomato 

Sauce —3 tins for ■ • • • • • • -25^ 

Pure Ontario Honey— 5-lb. tin ^1.00 

Pure New Zealand Honey— 2-lb. tin . .45f? 

Genuine Indian Chutney — larg^e quart bottle. .... 50^ 

An ti- Combine Essence)y™r.ail-.il,arV.ai-s»»>.n — , — '. — , — 

- per bol,tlc. 50c. 35c and . . . .' 20^ 

Pure Cream of Tartar- ' n- 'in 20< 

Friesh Roasted Peanuts 15f!f 

Nice Slewing Prunes — 5 lli>-. i<m .........„..'. .25^ 

Choice Evaporated Peacliesr^.2 .Ibi ^ 25^ 

Tapioca, Sago or Rice — 4 l,bs.;r:^^, .._... 25^ 

-Br-g Ib^. fur . . . : '.' 50^*" 

Bird^s'Egg or Cu.stard Po\vder— j^k 1 p .< 1 < t 15^ 

Prime Ontario Cheese— i>ertb'. . 20f^ 

Kippered Herring's — 2 \h^. U >y 25^ 

Stb\yer"s LimeJ-uice Cordial- 1 i ! ''!. 35<^ 

' Or 3 for ...§1.00 

Montsetral Lime Juice — jier buttle, ^ r aini 35^ 

Sunlight I If .Lifebuoy Soap — 1 1 b.ii,. !'>r 50f^ 

Pure Black Pepper— jhm- lb 25<* 

C. & B. Pickles, all kinds — pr'. 1,11 , 35c. c/r 3 jars for §1 

Loaf Sugar- _'-lb. packet : . . .20^ 

Christie's Water Ice, Maple or La Creme Wafers — 

per tin . . .,.■ . 10^^ 

Price's or Royal Baking Powderrtz^a-lb,.. can .^1.15 

f ■jlTiT^-qfjY'^^ . ~'77^77~7^'~'7T~~". ."."^TTT^'T":'. . . . .40^ 

CANADA FIRST CREAM— trt 

'"^iTlTge ■20-0/. ean • . • . „ ' ^^ 



Support the Store That Keeps the Price of Your Living Necessaries Down All the Time. Try Our Anti-Combine Tea. the Best Ever Offered a! the Price. 3 lbs. for $1.00 

COPAS & YOUNG, THE ANTI-COMBINE GROCERS 



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PHONES 94 and 95. 



THE ONLY INDEPENDENT STORE 

CORNER OF FORT AND BROAD STREETS rrb".'X"Bi*T 



PHONES 94 atid 95.S 



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WadnMday, Auguit 3, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLOOTSt 



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Every- 
body 
goes 
to 
the 




Every- 
body 
goes 
to"? 
the 



3rd Annual 





TO 





Victoria Sportsmen AddoIitI 
^Committee to Wait;0ft:-Pro- 
vincial Government Request- 
, irig Change in Regulations 



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Leod, a giant fariWtlr. wftoae jparepts 

riSslcIe here, recontly left tor Chicago, 
and U-was ri'iiinr^jil )h' iiitenci«d togo 
Into tmlninff vvith" the pui-pose oTVliin-' 
legging .lolinson. He is six feet lind 
Hlx tnchcH in helBht imd powerfully 
built. Ili.s pHi-ents aro oi)pusiHl to lli'ir 
sliii "tiiIcinK"«l> pugilism. 



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BASEBALL RESULTS 



Northwestern. 



Seatttp 
Spokane 



'rai-dinn. 



. \':iui."uvi>r . . . : 

Club's Standing. 



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: 1 . 7 ."■■II 

R. It. K. 

7 11 I 






W. Pet. 
.46 .5oT- 



At SIDNEY 



■ON— 



Saturday, August 13th 



SPLENDID PROGRAMME OF SPORTS 

Grc;i.-y Pole Baby Sliow Pipers and Brass Ban ds Scotch 
Reels Sword- Dancing 



SpecialTrain Service 



Fare—Adults 25c, Children 15c 



GET A PROGRAMME 



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Loa Ang'/Ies 

Ve.nion ,.v.. 

1 <yv.\ :...l . . . 
I'rirtl.ir.d .. . 



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11, H. K. 

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3 5 3 

5 .. 1 



arid contfactbr.iSind has Juat ttarted day 
und nltflit work on the Chilian lont'li- 
tudlnal i-ailway, which hau on« of the 
in_vBt in(juntalnou8 routes In tho world. 
Ho hjiB a inHllon storllng contract, car- 
rytnK at tho Hanio time eleven mllUons 
KteiUiiK: of wor(t In houth America. 

Mr. Griffiths Ik regarded aH one of 
tlio greatest of lailwiiy builders and 
unrivalled, for ipilek work. Ho ahouUt 
ilnil ihc best opportunities for his en- 
crgyMn helping the maivelons devi'lop- 
ment' of rarin(ln, a woik wirrthy of a " 
:Urong Inipt-rialiHt. 



Nationals. 



IL II. 10. 

'; 7 1. 

1 i; -1 

R. 11. !•:. 



THE PLEASANTEST PICNIC OF THE YEAR 



yil"l''.i'.ne 

. /"T'VahWuWf 

"Resolved that a strong represen- Tuooma . 
tationjje niado to, HlS-,._, Honor tho. ..Seitttle .- 
l-ltnli.-nant Governor in -Coum-il ro- 

<iue.stitij,r that the open season on Vfirir Coast. .. ' . ■ ' ' ■, . ■ 

eouVer lslarirT,'"'tTic~ isiarrdi— -aiijacent ■ R., H. E. 

thereto and in the Islands eleetorlal i^oa Angeles • !i •> 

Ul.'jtrici..cujiun.eat.vti.,jin Ithe First of Oc-.,\'p.rnon •....■«. l 

toiler t'ur ;;i'iu.^.', duek.'^, ^fci'.-ti', :^iii!> 
ami deer." 

The aiHJVe.l.sa rcsohition passed un 
aninioiisly at a well atteiulei.r aiul iii- ' 
riuuiJilat lueetlnK' of .sportsnieh' ■ last .San l''rnncisco 
niKlU in the DrUird hotel, i.reslded Sacramento . 
over by Mr. A, K Todd. _ _^ _. L 

The entire' nidetl'ng with a cou^liTo'f'T' 
e.\eepliun.y was strongly against the 
opening of the -season on the ISth of Philadeplhl.i 
September anil those two o-xceptlons.; Pltt.shurK . 
in u sportsman-lUco nianiier, Trhen ^ -•' - •, 

the general sense was so unmtetake- <'inclnnatl . 6 s 

ably apparent came into line and made !^,""'°" •■• ' , ,' .." 

tho decision unanimous. __ | {V.'"«^^,«*^™^- ^\; ^1 \ 

Consequently a deputation, compos- ^'"""'^" •' • , ••• ■■" , ^ ,^ 

ed of . Messrs. Todd <ehairman), .Kob- 5,;,. Jfj 1 m^-' ' ' 1 R H K. 

ert DnHiI;.'^^rB. Gresley. Murray und ?;Xkbn ^"TT. . . . n ' 1 s""^ 

O. C. Bass was appointed to wait on g^ Louis • ' *> ^ 

the Attorney-General and convey to ^ ' ^ R. H. K. 

hlftv~tii«-above resolution and Impresfr p))f(-.^g,y-^f;-;-;- ; ; rr. .... .5 TZ \ 

upon him the general views ot the j^jpjy York "...... 4 fl 1 

meeting. -^ ,— :^. ... „^...».,-..J-^^-..- ^ n ,ii. r .i .n,,., , . , , , n , . ^^...^^ifa..^ 

The discussion was t 'rougrhly —-.»■" "American. 

harmonious, there beinK only one Idea' . • R. II. E- 

naanely, that It is in the interests of Philadelphra _ 3 8 2 

the protection of the SMDie t o continus Chicago . • « J w 

the good mark beg-un by the goverUT^ . , ^ " i n » 

ment last year in putting off t he J^'^^toTi ». -t^ ^ 

shooting season until the 1st or Oc- D'^troll > './■'r_;<'LLl.!A:H:_ » » * 

toDer. ^ „„;,„».„n,. foit »Ti n» it ^evji York . . . .yri . ^* * . ih 4 >. . 

Sportsnieb generally felt tnar "• f^y,^:,-^^::^^: "^ ^ il 2 7 1 

would not only be sacrificing the ad-, <-'«^^"<^ ' •■"';'**'^'":""- -^ J ^ j 
vaivtage gSIHerW year in ine -^a-- ^^ "x^ouls- . v. Ji i . ;. .Vr J, ... 
creased number of blrdB. but .that to , ^vagmngton ....•..; ,. . .... . 

open the season a fortnight earll or -.s^._^-^~^'^- -- ^-— i^. ^ 

and concentrate In a limited district ^^111^ ,^ « m a rM» 

an army of guns not only from V c- ^|L[_ JOUR CANADA 

toria but from the surroundmg *1'8- , -*i* • ■ 

trifti fii\rt the mainland would meani ^'^i _ ,. 

tricts ana in*. "vai"m«u the! Mr. Grffiths, Member of Parliament 

practically the e>M>-m nation of the ^ -„h Not«d ■ Rillwav Builder tc 



ti:tt.b. 

8 6 - Q 



FOREST FIRES STILL RAGING 



A rerrufle.scence of Corp'St hres Ik 
reported, from vai;louis ' parts of th>' 
provlnei', and again, hundreds an^ 
looking to tho skic.'i for hoped-for ruin,, 
which •alone can- assure the .siiitety of 
ilii'lr, ilroiierly. Kn-sh llVi'.s cif threat- 
ening pioportion.s are reported from 
'the vicinity of Sandpn. from the Big 
I'.ejid district, from Coyio", 4'rQm Salt 
Kjirrng''t«rah(i,.'and from Cobhle Hill, 
while the ' followihg . telegram from 
(Government Agent T^etzel, of Nelson. 
nidTeS l*'H--ffi&-«m"IotrsneRa of - 1^ 
lion Jn that di.strict: 

"li'orost, llrjoa. raging throughout thi.s 
district. I have so fur answered all 
calls fo^!- assistance and' -4,(jJie--e-V,i;ry.r_ 
thing po,SKlWu--i.o--,clxeck,^ but the de- 
mands are increasing and expen.'ios 
also, -^New (Ires are breaking out ill. 
• very direction', and 1 tind It very dif- 
llcult to cope with the situation. The 
Hall's SldnVg ftre has t-xtended to the 
Silver King mine and burned out a 
number of hilncT"~r!uTrniugs, an(;l,._^ i.s 
spreading rapidly. Bad fires are" re - 
pitrted 'from many points and small 
ones are numerous. If rain does not 
come soon the situation will be exceed- 
ingly serious. "_ _ 

"The reply olT'the Bremler-^^^wTio is 
acthig c;hief/ Commissioner- of Lands 
during Hon. Mr. Eljlson's absence 
from the Capital — was as folows: 

"Regret danger still present. De- 
partmtmt wislios- .y 0x1. ...to... -adapt .evarx 
available measure to keep fires under 
control and to spare no expense in any 
case where relief can be given. " 



SAVOY 



HOUSEWIFE! 



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ARE YUi; USING 




„J^, j£ Not, You Are Not Using The Best 

The .'^alc of ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR is increasing 
more rapidly than that of any other flonr on ihc market 

'r.h.ere.i!\rc_E.C5_son,Srr;;i: ,i„u_^__- 

It Is Superior in Quality to All Others 

It is ;i lu'inr imlnsiry and deserves yatir pain'mage 
Tin: uinniiij^- numbers fur July arc: 

99089 9G127 76609 87067 85544 
55292 80427 89399 90211 75635 



Let Us Supply Your Wants in 

Enamel and Tin Ware 



POTATOES 



POTATOES 



The Best on the Market' at Reasonable Prices 
Per . loo lbs. - - ?1.25 

SYLVESTER POULTRY SUPPLY HOUSE, 709 Yalcs SI. 



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birds, numbers yf which would be al 
together too immature for hunting. { 

It was' also resolved that the gov- 
ernment be asked to pass , an order 
under the provisions of the game act 
declaring a prohibition on the. use of 
automatic guns one year from date. 

A vote of thanks to the management 
of the Driard for their kindness in 
giving the use of the meeting room 
coupled with a vote of thanks to the 
chairman and secretary of the meet- 
ing cloaed the proceedings. 

The deputation, will endeavor to 
meet the attorney general today and 
lay before, him the viewB of .the meet- 
ing. u_, — :.. '" 'j ■ 

. ,, ' .■ — .-*■ — '.^ 

ALBANY, N.y-.."Aiig.'-2.~MJle.s Mc- 



and Noted Rsfilway Builder to 
Look OverTbis Country 



.SANTIA-dt), Chill. Aug. 2.— Norton 
Orlfflths, a member of the British pe.r- 
liament, is a guest of Chilian Pr^'ild^^nt 
Moritt, aboard, the cruiser Esmeralda. 
He has, left Jamaica for Now York, ac- 
companying the • president. Mr. Grif- 
fiths, who Is a prominent parliamentary 
advocate of. Imperialism, i.s t)oun,il for 
•Canada to make an extended tour, busl- 
nesB and polltlral. He plana nreeting 
Sir Gilbert T'arker arid KngU.sh ftnan- 
.clera on thojr vlflt, t<> the WfSt for the 
purpose of- devf4.. ^ • ostinent of- 

capltal and the • nt of ftrst- 

cla«is English In :- 

Mr. Griffiths .lln.q- nnaticler 




Large Enamel Tea Ket- 
tles $1,25 

Large Preserving Kettles 
at $1.00 

4-quart Saucepans. . . . 25^ 

$1.00 Roast Pans. To clear 
at, ea.cli 50^ 

Large Wash Basins . .25^ 



Tin Wash Boilers, exira 

heavy, each $1.00 

Large Wash Tubs ..$1.00 

Large Tin Pails, each, 2,'><^ 

50-lb. Flour TinS; chcaii .hi 

Si. 50. Kach ... .$1.00 

Large Bread Bo.xes $1.00 



-Buying Right Is Getting Your Money's Worth 

These Goods ' Xre' Worth Yoilr Attention, Becan-c \\ nrtli 

the Price 



so CENTS 
FOR THREB 



Halliday Clyde Co., Ltd. 



-Sheet Metal Worker--^, luc. 



Phone 855 



558 Johnson Street 



rils, st««l, iron and imwo* . ki.ivea --.n6 
kiikjB, aiA aJl klnde of Cutlbr>C> 



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Tnd* Muk 




Those vfho aire to make ' 
l^eaut ifal things must work 
in a beauti.fal |il'ace. 

The Semi-ready workshops 
are the ddight-of the- goot^- 
workmaii— w o 1 1 - li g li t e d, 
.-plendidly ventilated, on 
tho mountain side, in goo<l, 
pure air. 

And the skilled tailors are 
paid for their artistic crea- 
tions— paid ..sa_th at they 
may live in a decent house . 
witli decent surroundings, 
and maintain a happy home. 

Thu.s do we preserve COltr^ 
ditions coiid u'' i v(> to the 
creation of real ;iil in i.nlor- 
iriL,' (,'(.)rro(.'t (h'(,'s,s f'lr men. 

Semi - r p a d-T T aid o r i n g 

appeals f o men of culture — 

nor may wo all analyse the 

rca.son why —for it is only • . 

the trained critic who can by words tell the differcnco 

between the rare-found ma.«<terpicce anil, the million daubs. 



f LANNEL SUITS, STRAW HATS, 

__ Bathinc^ Suits, Working Pants, Outing Suits, Stimmer 

Underwear, Auto Dus ters, Tennis Hats, Neglige Shirts, 

-Business Shirts are still being sold at Sale Prices 



AT 



THE 




READY 



WARDROBE 



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We see the diflercnce ; fur the eyo intuitively t 
jie^iutiftd Things of the Master Woi-knian. 



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H u n dreds of bargains still to be turned into cash, as 
room must be made for immense shipments 
ot New Fall Goods 



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Clothiers and Hatters. Exclusive Agents for Semi-Ready Tailoring. 614 Yates St 



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W«dntad«y. August 3, 19tA 



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Business and Semi-Business 

Properties 



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COOK 8TSZET 



YATES STREET CORNER 

60 X I20'feet. Property- is improved and ri'vonuc-prodiuing. 

Price, on Icrn.i^ . . ; . . $25,000 

JOHNSON STREET BELOW GOVERNMENT 
Corner \\\\\i two-storey Ijrick Imudins.;-. l.'rice, on 

terms ....■'....:; .$18,750' 

COURTNEY STREET \ 

Between Doti'g:ms and Hlancluird. Fid! 'sf^o1f\Mtr$'rr.oBo^ 
worth of inii)rn\ rrnents, producing' jyQod revenue. Price, 

on terms $ir,ooo 

CHURCH WAY, JUST OFF DOUGLAS 

-^*x iii TsiB o dPt. Ppicc ' .TVTr: 7^:r:. :Tr.v I 



$9,000 



(One-third cash Will jiandle tins)- 

90 FEET ON FORT STREETS 

runivn-- throuf,di to A'ieWi^SLrceL:^:- There arc $3;ooa~W3Fni 

of imiiro\-enientv mi \]\\i prnpcrlv. I^'ice i«; ....$12,000 

PANDORA STREET, CLOSE TO CITY HALL 



Lot 50 X 120, with three-.storey brick buildinfT. This pro- 
perty will not he long held at $15,000, which is the price 
asked now. 

8 PER CENT INVESTMENT 

( )ne lot. 90 X 140, with five buildings, producing a revenue. 
liuuv are dwellings, and the other is a corner store. 

I'rjce .^. , $9,500 

~~J^^FEET ON GOVERNMENT STREET 

Close to Gcwernrneht Buildings and Empress Hotel. This 
is close to the property on which the Grand Trunk. have 
options. This lot has frontage on two streets, and on it 
are four houses. Price . $9,000 

DOUGLAS STREET, 50 ft. x 100 ft. 

Corner T.ot, ch^se in, with 2-story new brick Ijuilding. 
Price -. . .$15,000 

Easy il\ rms will be givcfn "On' any of' the'above. properties. 





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Apartment Site 

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B.C. LAND 3c INVESTMENT AGE NCY 

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These two choice lots, having a frontage of TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY FEET 
-ONjX:OOK, by SIXTY FEET ON YATES AND VIEW STREET, will bq soldscparaticly 
or together on easy terms. This is one of the choicest sites in the- Gitjr-ior an apartment 
house with stores below. To the individual who can afford to inrprove, this would pit'ove 
a veritable-gold mine. ( 'nly uue lilock north of "October Mansion." For price and tci-ms, 
apply to — 




P. R. BROWN, Limited 



Moneg to Loan. 
PHONE" 1076. 



Fire Insurance Written. Stores and Offices to Rent. 

1130 BROAD STREET. P. O. Bqx .428 




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This property is level, cleared and cultivated : lies admirably forsubcfivi^ing. The 

cheapest thing of the kind in the city., '~ 



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20 PER CENT-CHEAPER THAN SURROUNDING PROPERTY 

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Four Lots, just off Linden Avenue, 50x141 each, ■ 

$2,700 FOR THE FOUR 

' For Further Particulars See 



GRANT & LINEHAM 

P.O. B'ox3G7 633 YATES STREET Phone 664 

LINEHAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL CO. 



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LINEHAM & CO, Jordan River. 



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^oo'nis of :jkfc<|r. anil isliN. - I'ifxicor.s of tlio 
stato^'^ flfift'^ hfioiii lire amnnp: thi» nuxst 
•ictlve pfvretc|p.M n t s in this thlrVl exrlte- 
"lent, rtn'T.fift^'Ua dPfscondantB of gnmo of 
t hoso old ftte^l^iov.s' tiio dovclopmt-iit 

nnrl.<< Its most ;«l;»»«^ns: p.Ktionmiis^ A few 

there are wha 'i\v1M-cffnT=rr"Tf7rotiKti thf 
first nml second' brtqni, and thoKe uro to- 
day Htm to the front- The pr<>.sei)re of 
pptrolenm ,nn4 asplial turn was knort-n In 
the rnrly fifties; as f>arly ns ISTiC sotno 
ubriiatinK and llliiminntlhK olj.s were 
"htalnod from the secpnges -4j* crutle 
stllln. The first rftfll excitement *ame 
ill ISfiS, when Iho oil Indu.stry In Pfnn- 
Mylv,ania wus fl.ojirl.shliig and wlHin In- 
Nfstors w-ero In the rlKht frame of mind 
to bP exCKed. A favorable report on 
Vpntimr trtt-pmirpee W : gTSfrgcT — ITitfiKS.' 
NVells were flrllled from HumtJoldt to 
Ventura. TIip.so -were usimlly located 
without Kood .ludpmont, and tfio ^esult^ 
wf-re disnppolntlnfir. f^:^ccpt In Von tut-a 
Ootinty, where a few productive wells 
wore obtained, komo of which are still 
yielding oil. . The oil was of Kood 
'in.-illly and Bufflced to Mtart a local in- 
diiftr.v. Few attempts were made to e.v- 
^tfndoxploration until 1892, when K. L. 
Knheny drilled a shallow well near the 
asphalt deposits of, Lo^s Angeles. This 
proved to ho a steady producer of heavy 
I'll; lntore.^t was I'ovlved; In the next 
few years several wells were drilled In 
the nolB-hhorhood, manj^ of which were 
succssful. This siiccpss",caii&ed^ a re- 
sumpllon of acUvft, urospocting, In'Tsss 
Chanslor and <''nnrield brought In a small 
vv»»II in the oldOU City pool at Coallng.i.. 
This aroused soma Interest; and when in 
ISflfl tho flonie Oil Company bronchi In 
< Inallntra's fir.st Kusher. the fnmona Uluo 
rjoose, the spai'k wa.^i in the timber 'and 
the second boom was on. This Is recent 
history, and Hub- need be told. .Several 
thousand rf>mp(inles were incorporated, 
ntid many of them spent the money rais- 
ed from the sale of stork In legitimate 
vvlld-ral ttnK, Tlielr succ.oss was phe- 
nomenal. I'roductlv<.' wells Were obtain- 
ed in the Kern nivor,. Suiisotj ArcKltt- 
lick, Whiltlcr, and Fullei-ton oil fields. 
The Kern lllver field Is shallow and llie 
ureal activity in drilling' cans*''! tHe pro- 
duction to rench stlCli proportions that 
(ho iiiarUet \vi^ ov cr-suppHed, Tlie oil 
heavy and difficult to i-ffine. The 



rejillxe that. 
nse of heat 
• irid the oa.«i 
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I'l.'it''. .\ MisHstrou*: . -it was inevit- 
able; the price dro'pped from Jl a barrel 
to 15 cents, and the boom w*nt the way 
of others. Thon-cHine a period. durinK 
whio.h the iudu.stry was seeking for efjul- 
librliiin. By a vlgrrrons campaign o^" 
education the consumers were made, to 
'<} lis l;iLgJr percenl- 
ts low fTaJfti point 
■ uld he 
jilcndld. 
II. I lie (••>iisumptlon 
Rrow slowly until In 1907 the demand 
ha.s exceeded the supply,, and the, larRC 
tharltetlttgr. companies, "wrere. i1r»wtn»- on 
tholr stockii. Th'l.s wajs" realized' by the 
siriall producors. who rtemanrlert an,d re- 
ceived a hlpbcr price for their oil. The 
roHult was tb.e renewal ol^ developriicnt; 
Production Increased enormoiisly iluring 
the next two yc'ar.s. Consurripilon like- 
wise contlhued to Increase, and Is still. 
doing, sol The boonr. Is vigorous and but 
for a greatly Increased' production, there 
seems little reason to expect an abate- 
ment. Should the present wlld-cattlng 
prove- nearly as suctJossful as that of 
1898, there would bo ground for such a 
fear. In 1909 only one new locality was 
proved. This was In the Slml hlU.s of 
Ventura coun,ty. Already Itv 1910 a new 
JHem-fft— tJ»«— B . «gaa -\^ls t a. bl I \ a- at- K.VXXL. 
county' was being demonstrated. Those 
hjlls j)romlse to produce a large quantity 
of oil- 
Basic Pig- Iron hi Nova Sootta 



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use of it as fuel was not yet aiiiueclat .1 
and transportation facilities wcrl» Inade- 



-Ml pi!,' iron record H ' "f •■. ' nv'a. 
Scotia. Steel and Coal Co. have been 
brolsen since the bla?jt furnaces resumed 
oporaiTons some . weeks ago after re- 
linlng. and If the Output Is maintains 
f()r IHft closing. <lays-of^tli"4»^tnottUw-l"l-,V- 
will have seen an outpwt of .10 per cent, 
greater ,than any other month In tho 
company's history. Sliice July 1st, the 
furnace has produced o ver. "r>0 tons every, 
day up to the 26th, when all records wont 

. -hy. thOr.bQar,d. and the . 3-0Q.-toiL-niftrl?. yy-'A 
reached. r'revlous to the recent re- 

'tnodelllng and rollnlng ^f the furnace 
line's the best day's record -was 2.40, the' 
avet-iige dally output bettV ft- abotit ISO 
tons. Six days ahead of time the^fui- 
iuu;o bogari^ pivjcUjcing^lron^j^^^ 
■\Vhen sTiTit do-wn on M.-iy ist, it was an- 
ticipated that It would take uiitll .Tuly 
1 to get tho furnace producing n.«(iln, hut 
by working three eight-hour slilfls with- 
out -a stop, the changes decided upon .ind 
therellning wore finished ahead of tho 
expected tinirt. When completed tlie fur- 
nace was pracllcally a new one. ernbod.v- 
Inga n.uniber o'f linprovements siiggest- 
e'd by experieiTcV?, Including a change In 
the bosh and th<|^ crucible, which, it wa.n 
expected, ^vould Increase the output .-md 
lower the cost of (Vpenitlng, The results 
of these cliangcs w/vr(( natur.Tll\ nwiiited 
by the officiiilH of iUii ..conipnriy with 
much Inlere.^l. nnd tlfe outcome has been 
hiclilv ,i;l .lMr^ ;:u; |./ tlifui, id. •Hi basic 



pig Irofi Is being prodvfced, consequently 
the open heai-th furnaces have been en- 
!■!■■ i <■> break records- alsci. An average 
r '2hO tons of steel Ingots are be^ 
ing prodiiceiji dally,, an'd on one day tho 
oiitpttt was- -il 6 tons, which far exceeds 
any former records. 

• _^ Brule I.ake Coal 

.vThB rttBcv r 

blacksmith'.-^ c-o.-ii, t.y tue .siilc nf wljlcli 
bo Is rapidly plllflg up a fortune, has 
been madfs on the m'ain line of the Grand 
Trunk Pacific railway, nean Brule Lake, 
In tjie foothills, by Dick Scovllle. th* con- 
tractor who cleared all the right of way 
for the rail\>-ay west of Edmonton to the 
pass. t"p\ until this year Scovllle was 
ongagod \\ his work of clearing all the 
right of way for tho new transcontln- 
ni.tl :iii 1 V'hilc he was mal^inc- n little 
le contract, It- -• i- !•■'•• one 
would grow ". i!ii.;, y<y~y 
fast. It- wra^ when he had completed 
h Is c^rtn tract So the mountafn.s, and was 
doing a' little Wospectlng that he stum- 
bled .on:.:the dlW-overy which Is reaping 
him -quite a iWidsome bank account. 
The coftl he dlscoX^red a few'mllea north 
of the a. T. P7, near Brule Lake, Is of a 
peculiar class that is very valuable to 
blacksmlthft. Scovllle saw -and seized 
his opportunity. There were dozens of 
blacksmiths up and down tho CJ. T. .P. 
construction to whom this coal -would 
prove Indlaiionsable. v It was an easy 
thing for Scovllle to file a claim on tho 
coal, put a few men to' mine It,, and ship 
It Into the construction camps at $20a a 
T^OTT.;" SO0ytlle'^ claim Is almost on the 
.■shores of Brule T.ake. T-Io loads the (''oal 
into huge flat-bottomed boats and by 
this means of transportation' Is enabled 
to reach many camps up and down the 
Athabasca river. To those camps fur- 
ther Inland he hauls the coal by tepm. 
By this means he auppllos many <,f the 
blacksmiths' In tho camps ot Piielan iind 
Shirley, west of the Mcleod river. Tho 
Ojjackitmlths In the construction camps 
glaSljr. p;iy $200 a ton for the coal, in 
Kdmonton the coal tvould be worth from 
150 to $7S a ton. It costs Sooville from 
$r>0 to j:!", per ton to deliver the conl 
into the construction camps, but tho 
profit he 1b tpaking over and above this 
expen.se Is ehough to make him rich be- 
fore the contractors finish (heir work to 
the Tellowhe.nd ras:.q. 

KcBoue Chamber* 
On the occaslort of an outburst of car- 
bon dioxide In the Samall .^^ingles Col- 
irm=y; 'Vxty^niynvnc:.- oKTury 2S, ISflfl, ^ive 

of the men o-werl their lives to the ex- 
istence of a rescue chamber of primitive 
design. I'ho sinking of a staple shaft 
was In progress, near the mouth of 
which and at the entrance to an old 
cross-cut forming a blind hen<llng about 
490 feel long, a rescue chamber had 
boon constructed by slniply ahuttlng off 
a section of the cross-cut by means of 
I wo doors set ufi about S ft. apart. He- 
tweeii these two doors was tho end of a 
tirnnch from a compressed sir main, 
fitted with a valve that could be opened 
b>- the Tiion when needed, l.biring shot- 
firing on .luly 2fi. there occurred an out- 
liiirMt of cai-lion dioxide, the ftrfit on re- 



cord In the district In which the Singles 
pit Is Bltuated. On hearing the noise cxf 
the escaping gaa. the ten men who were 
engaged down In the pit, being close to 
the mouth of the flt'aplejhaft, hurried 
to the rescue chamber. They were, 
however overtaken by the gaa. so that 
the last two of the party dropped to the 
ground,, poisoned. iuBt as they weiva.,fin- 
tering the chamber; and, .unfortunately 
they fell In the first doprway, their 
bodies preventing the dOor from being 
shut. All the lamps were extinguished. 
Since all the men were themselves xe- 
po.'ied to the action of the .carbon dioxide 
which could only be driven ba6k with 
difficulty by the compressed air escap- 
ing from the opened valve, and wore try- 
ing above all things to keep close to tho 
flow of compressed air they did not ob- 
serve that the first door had remained 
ful,lv^op^}li;...,th:la.-only coming to their 
cognlsanco'later on -wh'enthSy -were able 
to relight their lamps. By that time 
only five of them were left allvo, the 
ol:hor throe having succumbed. From 
that time onward there was no danger in 
remaining In tho rescue chamber, 
whether open or closed, although the pit 
was completely filled with carbon di- 
oxide. N'everthelesJt the survivors re- 
mained In their original place of refuge, 
at least, behind the second door In the 
continuation of the cross-cut. although- 
shivering with the Cold produced by the 
(iscaplng compressed air; and there they 
were found. a.« soon as tho place became 
accessible, after having been for ten^ 
Hours In a, pit completely filled with 
carbon dioxide. 



Suok Creek 

It is not (irenevally known 1 1 -i ' a vrry 
promising, mining camp Is situated on 
Duck Creek, near Creston. .T. Crawford, 
of . Duck Creek, an old-time prospector, 
hunter and miner, was in Creston recent- 
ly. Tie and hN partners. J. FItz and If. 
St, Clair, are developing soriie ver.v pro- 
mising clnlm.i known as the Blue Olrd 
group. consl.«;tlng of the Blue Bird. 
Azurlle and Crossbenk claims situated 
aiioiit five miles from tho mouth of 
Muck Creek, close to drady's timber 
limits. This valuable properly was lo- 
cated some six years rigo and since that 
time -work has been prosecuted -with n 
view of opening up ilu- clalm.s. During 
the pant few months great progress has 
bnen made. On the Blue Bord a tunnel 
S.'iO feet long, which give,'' a^depth of IdO 
feet, has been run arid work on a cross- 
cut is proceeding wil;h a view to thoC- 

oiighh' opening up tho ^property. The 

assay results have been vt"r.\- gi-atlfj-liig, 
but the whole extent of the Ie<lge has not 
been thoroughly proved and It la In- 
tended to do this beTore di.«ipo^lng of die 
oroperty. The values run about $:i In 
Bold and five pnr cent. In f'npper. There 
Is water and timber In atamdnnce on 
llie.He claims for all mining purpope5> The 
ownor.«) of (blB frrntipr trr<«ht.l.V reruscd 
to consider to bond It at % large sum 
as they Want tf> develop thri cliilm.s still 
further. Mr. rrkwford himself Is n 
typical old-llme hunter and prospoctoi-, 
and he may .lusdy cl'alrh to he the plon- 
ecr err this dUlrlcl, for as early as IK!I2 



he visited Creston, where Mayor Little 
had a log cabin ancj here he camped 
whINt prospective and hunting. ' ', 

, Coal Bt Oraulta 

Indications^ >;.. i-. s!iv'«- th.lt very 

shortly there will be great development 
progress made In connection with the 
coal ftreas—ajt:. ...Granlta .. Creelt. I J.^ ^.T. 
Johnston, of_ \'ancouver, and J. W. 
Brown, of Winnipeg, two very much In- 
(.erested parties, were In Merrltt for a 
couple of days latel.v, after having made 
a trip to the scene of prospective opera- 
tions. The Columbia Coke and Coal Co. 
Is prepared to spend ?500,000 on this' 
Granite Creek property, and the ex- 
penditure of this half-mlBlon win com- 
mence just as. soon as aotne prelimin- 
ary details are arranged. The companv 
has every confidence In the quality anil 
q;tiantity of the conl and with tlie favor- 
able tntfiii-n'dfttttioW-'fticllitles shortly to 
b(f realized, thfe Columbia Coal and'Coke 
Co, Is bound to figure to no small extent 
in the coal market. It Is -well-known' 
that the coal measures Of the Granite'l 
country are of great extent, and al- 
though prospecting has. been carried on 
tor many years .past, for reasoris that 
will be obvious, very Uttle really valu- 
able work, has been done. Now, how- 
over, things are illfferent, and tho work 
contem^plated by the Columbia Coke And 
Coal Co. |s all the more Itn'portaht In 
that it will mean the opening up of ho 
Important Industry, and tho rendoring 
available for. the K. v.. the C. H. R. and 
"2** !^\. ^- * 1""'- "• Kreat supply of fuel. 
The coal if? said to possess good coklny 
'rfu'frnt'nrs, "Sn'ft" smellers "hiay ' im Ibe' long 
in b<^ing established when the fact is 
cuiiflldercd that the rjipuntiiins are full of 
wealtl»"on ever.v hand, firanlte mav yet 
r>c(3f!d the hoom th.'tt made her n mush- 
room city of 16,000 aDoMt twonty-fi-ve 
ytjnrs n&o. -J \ \ . 

INDIANA WRECK 

SELLS FOR $5,000 

Bates & Cheeiborough Buy Hulk on 

Mexican Co««t and Will Ship 

Salved Scrap to New York 



SHOAL BAY WATERFRONT 

Half Acre 

97.3 feet waterfront, 193 feet deep. Level ground no rock, 
partly cleared. Splendid building site. Price $1650. $400 
cash, balance in two ycar.s at 6^. 

HOWARD POTTS 

X Bownass Building, Broad St. 




MORTGAGEES SALE 

Tenders arc invited by the undcr.signcd until i.st August 
for lot Jlo, Pdock 9, being part of the .subdivi.sion of Section 48, 
\'ictoria City (Map 858). ( )n the property is a fine new scven- 
ronnu^d dwelling. Tcndcr.s may be for all cash, or part cash, 
with balance at 7 per cent. The highest or any tender not 
necessarily^ i.ccepted; 

A. W. JONES, Ornit^ 

AGENTS FOR THE MORTGAGEE 

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S.A.V l'K.\N«':;iSCO,.,Aug. ■^—Bates &' 
Cliescbrough, who purchased the hull j 
r.f tho Pjiolflc Mail sloa-mcr i:My of! 
Peking for $24,r,00 for the purpose of' 
breaking her \ip and shipping the! 
strap Iron to New York have purchas-' 
0(1 the vvrpck of the Pacific Mallllner 
tndlnna -for about 15,000 for the some 
Iiurpb.se. , • 

The Indiana was wrecked last year 
' ff .Magdaletui hay and turned Over to 
111! London underwriters who stripped' 
hoJ- .ijiit aimridivnc'fl the hull. Bates &\ 
Cliesehnnigh avIII break up this vesaeli 
next Octolier where she lies and bring! 
the scrap iron to this port for ih'p- 
nient ea-^t. 

The City of Peking will be towed to 
S.'.n Pablo, Wednesday wh«?!r6 she -Willi 
be broken up, part of the remains be- 
ing placed In the ship Dlrigo and part 
In thf! ship S. D; Carleton, I 



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Two- lots on Corner of Cook and May streets for $jop6. 

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GILLESPIE & HART 



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WILL BUILD STEAM 

FREIGH TER LI KE LEEBRO 

Compuny Formed for Construction of 

Veasel to Engaao in Qonoral 

Froighting in ft, C. Waters 

A company has been fornaed in Vlc^ 
torla for the purpose of building, seil- 
Ing chartering or operating steamer* 
In the coat^finir trade In BriUah Colum- 



bla and adjacent -watera, Jam«t '4t 
Jarvis, of Victoria, Nautical and lfen« 
glneerlng school, -are promottng thr 
new company, and arrangemcntf ftf* 
about completed to build here • Bt«*nl 
freighter of the typo of th« I«e«l>ro. 
Tha plana have bcea prepared for • 
veBH<jl of about 250 tons capacity. "Thi* 
dlmenslona are 125 f«et Jn length, fa 
feet beam and 10 feet depth. Th» 
engines will gH> the veaael a apeMd 
oi «tght or nin« knota an lioiir. 



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ON WEST SAANICH ROAD 

All good land, clcare.l and GultivaLcd- '< Orchard ni 200 bearin- Ireo^. apples, pears and Iialian prune-, Imlf- 
acrc strawbcrrv vnic-^. l.ari^c nc\\' dwcUin-. nindcrn and ailraclive. 1-argc barn ^id_5^lablc^ _ ^^A^atcr 
piped to the TiouHc and bariii,. , . 

—^ Price $12,600 

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Valuable Income Bearing Property 



We liavt' I'nr sale the Pro]Kn-t)- situated on, the corner of FortT.V^ancouver 
and Mears Streets, havin,i;- a n-onta-e nff)0-feel nii Im.iM sI reel, and run>ijing 
thfoT3glrta=!VT^ars slieet. I )uruij.'; the past iwo wank^ more property on 
Fort, street ha- brcn sold than in an\' other part oTTlie eity. F5rt.:s±r.eeL.-is^, 
•* at prcM/nl. and always wdl be, the main thorouj2:hfare leading- from the best 
residential pari of the t<.>\vn. As soon a^ tlie proposed imj^rovements as to 
■widening and lighung arc finished, the street. wUl ( j u i^k 1}- bc eonic -mie "of the 
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SW INERTON & MUSGRAVE 

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Week of July Property 

Totalling $300,000 



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We can se41 yours if the Price is Right; • — - • 

Wm invite vou to list yours with us. 

We a-llow nothinsr to interfere with OUT Insurance Business. 

We wouWdike to vmfc^^y^^^Icy. J^ S^^ 

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Moderii^J3ungalow^JBarnpshire Road, Oak Bay 

, =1 Mo^l Desirably Location, $7,000. Terms. 

Five-roomed cottage on Craigflower Road, -*« 

__ and two large lots. Price $2,500. Easy terms 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. 



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Fire Insurance aSpecialty. 



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REAE ESTATE, INSURANCE AND !• IXAXCIAL-AGENTS 
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Real Estate 
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Insurance 



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We hhve some good acreage InT 
Bmall blocks, for sale at Cols 
wood, oh very' «a«y terms. 

Several blocks of land on and 
near ttie pew Mill Bay road, t.' 

Also sevemT buslnetfa prop<?r- 
ti?B m the heart of. Victwria. 



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Tw«?nty-sl» acres partly cleared^ 
and fenced. 250 fruit trees, six 
acres oats, n?w 6-ro©m — -house, 
barns and •stables. Price $4,600. 



R. B. PUNNETT 

Sitnte Afauti. Stoclca. Ininrance. 

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ALBERT TOLLER & CO. 

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604 Y«t«» Street 



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Best New Homes for 

the Least Money 

ill Victoria, both,, near tlie sea, wit1i 

spLendicl view. Easy, terms. The.-e 

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Mi i.-TBEArTM/LL lU, 
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Golf Links Park 



he cheapest liaU'-Aere, Sile^ 
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The Best, Investment in High-el?ss 
Residential Property is in 
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Herbert Cuthbert & Co. 



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New Seven Roomed Houie oh, 
cerner lot, close tM Fort Street 
Gar • line, and Central School. 
Price J2600.00. Terms $400.00 
cash, - balance to -ha. , Jixxanged^ 
Bented. tor: J25.0Q per month 

This Is a snivii. ' 

Six roomed Cottage, James B«y 
on lot 55x120./ Price JJ300.00. 
Terms' J300/00 cash, balance 
monthly. 



iLJlesirable Place 




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E. WHITE 

.i(M' Broughton Street. 



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A SNAP — A six-room house, tlir&p 
bedrooms, stables, chicken 

hou»<?s and one acre of land, all 
nndf-r cultivation, no rock. Five 

' minutps from car line, near 
Mt. Tolmie. Prir,- 84,000: {".Ar, 
rash, balance in 

Clo«o to Above — lin.-.- 

,-i(rf< Ml" l;uvl. .■x.-.MIciit soil, tid 
fnill li-<"e,«i, ->.i acre slr.'iwh.-r- 
rlc'.'--. The wholfi undf-r ciiiiiva- 
tion, no rock. Price S2,800; 
cash $,"500, .balahco to suit 

If the two properties are taVen 
lORcthVr. price $6,500; Jl .-: 
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WOO0;A0DITION, 
All ^yithiW Qiie^blodc ^i l^^ 
Lotrifflcvefatid cleared CiB$e ta I^oltl Bay Beach 
Ruildinjs:^ l^fstrictionT^ttl^v-ery lot. 

Price $550 Per Lot 

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AA'e have a' hlock nf 6 
Lots in central Incation, 
facing; on Ihret- streets. 
The area i> 1 80 x ^240. 

--Oa€; large house ,and 
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On l*erms 

$11,000 



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Phone 1888 



618 Trounce Avenue 



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165 Fort St. Rcom I. Upstairs 

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poet a liopoiHtion ul ,.,. poopls • before the <:. - '„ ' ' j' ' 

there In l!)J2, wlilcl ., 0,11 y'l.e folLnved by. three other rttllr.^ad.M. 

At nresent the head ,m .,.,, l.UUO miles .of naylKable waters on Avhk-h 
st?Smer-H are nt.w plying and theJitetrlbutlnp point _t; 
iicres of the b.-Ht aRrlcultural laild In the' province. 



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stnrey,^ bungalow su the termi- ■ f 
lufs of the Douglfis .«»trcct car 
line, with si>; rooms, h«t^T;7pa^« 
try, toilet ami electric light. Full 
size, baspjncnt, concrete' foundii 
lion. Upstairs not fint.«hed 
Moored, space for three m 
f"~r o6m'iJ!^ f.iuge' ' lot. ^ftx-'fi t 

nril<- $3,500; otl eTSsy terni.« * 



Hide lots Jen (an corn^ra afe sold) In onr subdivision at ^ ?;7S 
$13.75 c*»iV and $43,75 In 6,n.2 and ts n,,,,,!!,.^ nt , per .cent. H 
from the orlfiiH»iI...P-Wners before \hr ' .1 -i nr,.\ 

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Real Est,ite, Loans, Insurance 

i _, /-I, ,rot-,«,-. 1218 Langley Street 

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TORT STREET 

fidxi'JO B.ui«ln''" I .u Hi' .. .$12,000 , 

60x'i'J;0 Revenue proilueinK. 12,000 ♦ 

fiOvl20 Ne»r Blanchard at. . 20,000 T 

r,oxf;o .\e„r..,- IUa'n.i;ir.i-d, . 31.000 J 

EgqulniaU, * 

A iHlsl icas corner Int In n (i"e ^ 

lueiitlon. can't he hesii $850 

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A. GILSON 

men* 1380. P. O. Bo» 4fl\ 

K«nl BatAt« Affont. 

704 TATE* ST- 

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t'io.sc t(i Oscar Street 
i'ficc Sjil,400 Each 

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;in(l revenue' 
prtulncinL;. |)M x- 120 ft.. 
iacini^ on two streets and 
elose to a £:;nnd corner. 

Price $16,000.00 

t Terms, $5,000, .cash, bal- 
ance exceptionally easy 
at 6 per cent. 



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I 634 Vi.w St. 'Phort* 280/ J. ♦ .,.-', '"7*r'S 



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Plfteen Acrea— Six nillcs out, Al 
laud, nearly,. all In cultlvHtion. 
I'rico , . 96,500 

Twelve and a Half Aorfs, i four 
miles out. all cleared. 7-rooin 
InuiKalow; good outbul.ldings: 
cltj' wat-i-. Prico ...... .$8,800 

Twelve Acre« — l''lve miles out;* 
th" if^t of I.'ukI; nice 7-room 
!ir\v house, fit for a kinK; Ann 
i-rop.s; excellent outbivlldln^s. 
I'lir,. $8,000 

Eleven AcreB-r-Ft<^ miles out: 7 
iic-rc^. iioitoni land; good new 
(■dtHiKu. I'llco ....$5,500 

Seven Acrea — -1'"4H»r -mllAR-ouL, all 

;' In nicaikiw; fine new liarn; one- 

: ro(;)ni_ .al)a<;k;. .spler.idid. biill'dTrijj 

,«lte; plenty of Bhade^-tree.s. 

I'lH-e .94,500 

Five Acres — l^'mir miles out; all. 
clenied; Imlrorn Innd; 5-room 
lOtlflfre. I'rlee $3,700 

rive Acres — Four and a hHtf milct 
<)ut. In crop; no bnlld't.riK'". f'rlew 
$3,700 

Tb*B« Fropertiee Will Stand Za> 
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WcdnMdfy.-AugtJat 3, 1910. 



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Smoke the 

Silver Tip 
Cigar 

Made of clear H£^vann& filler. 
Its the beet ctgar on tha markpl. 



Office and Factory. 
1046 MASON STREET. 



Remains of Prospector Found 
Wlio Had Frozen -to Death 
In Lone Dug-out in the Cciok 
Inlet District 



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STEEL GALENA IN 

PORTLAND CANAL CAMP 






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out stpamer Huckman 

111.; out, Nijrlliwcslern 

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Canadian Northern 

STXSAKSXZPS X.miT£D 

The New 

BT. X.AWXXirCX:-BBI8TOX. 

BOtJTE 

K»fniflo«ntly Appointed — Past 
Turbine Steamere 



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GYAL EDWARD 
GYAL GEORGE 



18,000 HOBSEFOWXB 

X.SB8 THAW SIX DATS FROM 

FOBT TO rOKT. 

Full Information on application 
to K. E. Blackwood, General 
Agent. N. P. R. • 

L. D. CJietham, Glty Passenger 
Agent, C. P. H. K. R. Stephen, 
G. N. Ry., or W. B. IDuperoW, 
C. T. A.. Grand, Trunk Pacitic. 



Ridi Find Made La|i4A/6ek In-, 
the Stewart ,D-is1rict— Black 
Sand L^^cat^^-NeafTOselas 



on tloe^Skeena 



JUm t»i ea,mer Princess Royal, -gJLJbg 
C.P.R., reaclied port yesterday from 
.Skajfway^nJ northern British i.'olum- 
bia ports, aTIer ~BrTngingr^OO passPTi- 
gcTs to Vancouver, where the ^ra\'el- 
lors disembarked, those for Victoria 
being transferred to the local steamers 
and the northern liner went tii Lady- 







FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 



And 

Southern California 

Leaving VU-.ovia .'vl 5, h. '" i '^>'s,,,^„,*''' 

iteamera QITBEN oil CITY OF PUBBLA 

THROUGH SERVICE 

r.e«ve Seattle 10 a. rn., Bteamer OOV- 

KRNOrt OR PRESIDENT, AU«r. ^-^'-^^ 

For PoiUheastern Alaska. COTTAGE. CITY 

or CITY OF SEA;TTLEn6*ve» Scattl* » Pi 

1,1 . Auif 1, 7, 13. 10. 25. 31. ..^. 

TICKET AND FREIGHT OFFICE— 1117 

Wharf •troet, Thbne'"*. 

n. P. niTHET & CO., Ltd., Ajftnt*. 
C. D. DUNANN. G«n., Pasgengef Agent 

112 Markpt St.. San Francisco 
For further Information obtain folOer. 



8 a 

— Point Grey — Clear; 
thick seaward; 80.17; 65 

Cape L<azo,;-Overca»t; 
30.:'0; 60; sea smooth. 

Tatoosh— Cloudy; Ay., ' 10 
miles; ;i0..30; 52; sea smooth; 
out barque In tow of tug Oolltlh 
3.30 a.m. out 4-mu8ted schoon- 
In tow of Ty»?c, 4.30 a.m.; 
4.4 5 a. 
7. 'JO a. 
In Mexlcana, 7.4,'( a.m. 

tlteda— Clear; overcast calm; 
sea smoottn :: 

Prince Rupert — Cloudy; S.W. 
i.'0.4Dr B4; sea smooth.- >-*- 

Pachena— Cloudy S.W..; 29.40 
54 i light swell. - . 

Este van— Cloudy: %ve9tt— *4t- 
soa smooth; i.eebro at landiim' 
over iiigbl. 

Triangle — Dense fog; HkIu 
S.^V.; 29.41J; Sado Maru re- 
ported due at li p.m. 

■,-i.:j..^^ . g p. mi 

Point Grey— Clear, calm 
hazy, seaward, bar. 30.16; 
lemp, So. No-Bhipplng,- 

Cape Lazo— Clear, calm, .par 
30.30; temp. 65; sea smooth 
No shipping. 

Tatoosh,— Clear, south wind, 

10 miles, bar. 30.30; temp. 55. 

-Passed out barge Washington 

Pachena — Clear, northwest 
wind.- box. 30.31; temp. 61. S«^«- 
moderate. Tees westbound 

5.3U p.m. 

Esievan.^Clear, west 
temp. 67; sea smooth. Leebro 
w,-.-tU..uud at -UO . .,D.ip 



;^ Nippon Yusen K^isha Liner 

^; Reached William Head "Be- 
t: fore Daylight~Awa Maru 
t; Delayed Making Repairs 



prewsnt' m«lntaln«d io PV|«t- Soijijid 
and British Colwumblfi. ^ 

"The Blue Funnel steamei:^ mtfy In 
the course of time, be seen In Prlncfe 
Rupert harbor btft "It Is in the future, 
and need not at present; t>e discussed. 
Tlje port Is new; the rail line will not 
be opened for two and a half or three, 
years. There is no outwatd cargo; 
whatever from Rupert and the! 

only inward cargo coaSiats of railway; 
supplies, building material and pro-j 
visions. ! 

"The conditions at Prince Rupert 
are today about the same as they, 
wire at Seattle and Tacoma, Hayl 
about 30 ypars ago, hut In my opinion, 
the natural advantages are far frqm 
equal. I doubt vory much whether 30! 
yeariJ hence will see the same devel-j 
opments that we have had on thOj 
Sound. I 

'"i'he new town of Stewart, at the' 
head of the Portland Canal, liO miles 
north of Prinoo Rupert is , booming 
and, if th«' Canadian Northern really 
mpans business with its rail Hue, it 
will not b,e surprising if Stewart out- 
strips Prince Rupert." 



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NORTHERN^ CROWN BANK 

MEAD OFFI€«— WINNIPEG 

A Genera] Banking Business Traiisacied 



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BRANCHES IN WESTERN CANADA 

SASKATCHEWAN 
Alameda Lockwood 

Allan 
Balcarrea 
Bladworth 
Dundurn 
Earl Grey 

Fleming..^ ,_ 

Foam Lik*"^" 



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54 Sea moderate; H.M.S. 
.Shearwater in at 1.30 a.m. 
Celtic in at 4.45 p.m. 

Ikeda— -Overcast, calm, 
moderate. No shipplne. 

Triangle— overcast, 
west wind, bar 29.6S;. temp. 64. ^ 
sea smboth. Prince George re- ^ 
ported entering Queen Char , 
iottc Sound at ^.30 p.m. south- ^ 
bound. ^ 



the 1,000 boarded the vessel agal. a ml 
went home wltli happy hearts, havi.B 
L?n delighted with the beauties ot 



been delighted 

this city, the consequence 

Is probable that next Tuesday an 
othef 1.000 win journey 



across 
SUaU from that citT of 'smoke stack«. 
Mo^^vir this is the totentlon of the 
Puget sound Navigation Conipany. 
broviding thjlt some vessel can be se- 
cured to ta7e the *^hlppewa'8 run be- 
tween Beinngham and Anacor^s The 
new wharf behind the Post OfBce win 
Slput tnto commission this mornl,-|g 
Spon the arrival of the steamer Iro- 



ia 9 a. m. daily e-xcept 
■ Townsend and Be- 



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From Victoria Dock Go's. 'WnaTf.- 
"WharT^tfeef. ■Refurnlni;, steamre leaves 
Seattle at midnislit. 

JAMES JHcARTHUB, Affent. 

S-: I Wharf Street 



-- Ehone 2S64, 




Through tickets and through bills of 
lading arn now Issued from Pugst 
Sound Dnd British Columbia ports to 
Atlin, B. C. Dawson. Y. T. and Falu- 
banks, Alaska. Connections made at 
gkagwav ' w Uh our daily trains, at 
White Horse and Caribou , with oqr 
river and lake ateamera and at Dawson 
Willi steamers fOr points on the Lower 
Yukon river. 

Fur further information apply,. 
T»APPIC DEPABTMENT W. P. & T. B. 
405 Winch BuUilIng, Vancouver. B. C. 



Union S.S. Company 

Of B. C, Ltd. 

Direct Service Between Vancouver 

STEWART 



smith to coal for her next voyage, on 
which she leaves Friday. Thu Prin- 
cess. Royal took among her passengers 
northward a large party of Mysrlc 
Shriners, bound to £)awaon. J'ney en- 
trained at Skagway for AVhito Hi-rso. 
where-* river steamer waited to take 
them down tlie Yt^kon. _ Th^y expect 
to reach Skagway in' tThie I j join the 
PrinceBFTloyar next trip. 

The party was made up from all ov> r 
the province, and one' came from ;is 
far distant as' Mexico. Amoiip thein 
were R. F. Gree.^n and wife, o^ Victoria; 
E. E. Leeson and Wife, Victoria; 
George Perdiye, the popular head of the 
detective force In Victoria; Steve 
Jones, proprietor of the Dominion 
Hotel, Victoria; Sheriff Armstrong, of 
New Westminster; R. Jardlne and 

wife, of New Westminster; C. A. 4,, .««.«* « ♦ • ■*- ♦ ♦■ 
Welch- and wife, New Westminster;' 
C. H. Richmond and wife, New West- 
minster; C. E. Deal and wllfe, yancou- 
ver; Dr. Smith and wife. No-fr \Vest- 
minster; W. H. Hanley, Victoria; S. D. 
Wales; Victoria; C. A. Magee; Vic- 
toria; R. P. Williams. Victoria; Theo."^ 
Hichel, Jr., Vancouv, r \. w . l3urke. 
Vancjouveiv , . 

From Juneau tfie Princess Royal 
brwrghtiTfews of a tragedy. The body 
of Thomas Rox, frozen stiff, was lound 
lying fh a bunk in a humble dugout en 
the shore of Port Chatham, one of the 
many Indentures of~Cook Inlet, by' a 

party of four natives. , The -natives 

were taking food supplies to Ro-x, at 

the instance of Alley, a Port ChathAra quois f roi)i"Seattle>. 

tr.ider, when the tragedy was revealed, j _ : — _♦, 

The natives immediately notitlod Steve ! 

Melchoir, the nearest \yhito inhabitant. ; 

who returned with tlieifi to the ,late 

horrie. of the deceased, and carefully hi- 

terred the remains. In ■ the lonely 

prospector's rude dugout there re- 
mained plenty of food, but little 

clothing and no firewood. The theory 

is that Itox became ill, wtis continod 

to his Ijed and unable to gather fire 
-wood, whlcii was in plenty had ho been 

able to get out. Rox wasvvell kiu»wn 

in the Cook Inlet country-, where he 

had resided for the past te^n years. 
News of more mining Hnds in the 

Portland Canal district was brought 

by the Princess Royal. I^ast Sntur- 

day some samples were ibrought Into 

Stewart frojn the Vanpouver Portland 

mine. During 'the past week a .strike 

was made in the mine that was a sur-. 

prise to everybody. A vein of steel 

galena two feet wide was found and 

the ore la very rich. The samlVles 

-caused some exciterhent In fhe niining 

town and groups of men' could be seen 

standing on the streets examining and 

talking about the ore. The (Ind is a 

valuable one for Vancouver-Portland. 
From Prince Rupert news was le- 

ceiVcd of the finding of rich placers on 

Gold Creek, within five miles of Kit- 

selass, on the Skeena. Samples of 
black sand taken from the deposits 
have been taken to Prince Rupert. _^ 

good percentage of c<')i,'.rse gold is re- 
ported to have been taken out. 

Prospectors from Porcher Island tell 
of llndlnp rich copper ore there. Par- 
soris and Foot, who have been at work 
on the northern isl.'ind for some lime, 
have returned wltii samples and they 
state that they have located a seam of 
copper eight feet wide and the ore as- 
snys twenty per c(?nt. copper.- The 

tPorcher Island ftlalms, when discov- 
ered, were low grade, and Parsons and 



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wind. 



'*' The .steamer Sado Mai'U, < 'upt. Ili'irl- 
"*■ -dahl. of the Nippon Yusen, kaLsha 
"*■ reached William Head quarantine 
"*" station la-st night after a good passage 
"*" on her second trip from . Kobe ' and 
■*■ Yokohama, bringing 40 passengers for 
-"*■ this port and a cargo of about 3,000 
■*■ tons of general merchandise. The 
"♦" steamer Awa Maru of the same line, 

♦ I'.ipt. Islilluiwa, reached the outer 
"^ wharf early yesterday afternoon from 
■•■ Seattle, outboun4.-to the far east, with a 

■-* -biTh- -eargo of -general- rnerehundlse^, In- 
■*■ eluding flour, machinery, drugs, etc., 
"*■ and_a good complement of pas.sengers. 

-•^ The Awa Maru was delayed hero owing 
■♦■ to the necessity" of making some mino 
"♦" repairs in the enfi?tiie-r&Offl- ang ~5tr" 

♦ for H.ongkonjg?' by way of the usual 
"•" ports of call in the early morning. 

♦ The steamer Kumeric of the Weir 
"♦" line, which Is en route f ronv-^g«kohama 
•♦■ is due today or fofnorrow Trom the Jap- 
■*' anese po^rt -wltlv a full cargo of general 
■•■ freight. The steamers Ningchow of the 
■♦" Blue Funnel line and the R. M. S. 
■♦■ Empress of India are alijo fn route. 
•♦■ The . Holt steamer ■ left Yokohama oil 



WEEKLY REVIEW 

OF CH ARTER MARKET 

Chartering for Wheat Loading at 

North Patri-f-rc-Ports Continues 

Slow — Lumber—Improves 



/ ALBERTA 

Calai>''y 

Edmontgn 

Qranum 

Hiflh Rivar 

Irricana 

Maclaod 

Rad paar 

BRITISH / 
COLUMBIA 

Eburna 

New Westminster St. Bonifaoa ■' 
Quesnal Somera^ft .-._„ 

Steveaton Sperlmg 

Vancouver (4) Stonewad 
Victoria Winnipeg (4) 



MANITOBA 

Beauaajour. 

Binaoarth 

Brandon 

Crandall 

Glenboro 

Melita 

Miniota 

Pieraon, 

Pipestone 

Rathwell 



Glen Ewen " 
Govan 

Hanley 1 

^l-larris 
kinley . 
Langham 
Lloydminster 



Macoun 

Manor 

Maymont 

Moose Jaw 

Nokomia 

Prince Albert 

.Qu'Appelle 

Quill Lake 

Ragina / 

Saltcoata / 

Saakatoon 

Sedlpy 

Sheho 

Viacount 

Wolseley 



Savings Bank Departmeirt at; -All Branch esir—r-r 



I 



R. Campbell - - 
„ J. P. Roberts - - 

Godfrey Booth, Manager 



-y- — Gerieral Manager 
Supt. of B.C. P.raiiclies 

_ _ _ - - Victoria Branch 



) 



Sado ■♦• June 23rd, and is due on Saturday, 

Japanese 
on 
Prince Rupert-Ralnlog, S. ♦ Saturday 
\V.; wind, bar. 29.42. Temp.- 



i.orted in-lat 48.^ 8 - an d — *_Tho Empress liner left the JapanetJ 
•36 west at 12.30 p.m. ♦ port on July 26th and isalso due o 

» ■D,.,.»rt^nainlng. S. ■*■ Saturday. 



Frisco Boat This Morning 
Till" st*-amer Quet^n, of tiie. J'uclHc 
Coast Steamship tXmipany, will .sail for 
the Golden tiate this morninb' from the 
Outer Wharf, at 8 a.m. 



Ss. Queen City 
Commencing next Monday the 
steamer Queen City "will leave the 
Belleville street wharf at midnight the 
same evening for Rivers Inlet, Instead 
of Tuesday, at 8 p.m., as hori-tof'ire. 



Since the charter of the Bannock- 
burn, a week ago, to load barley, at 
this port at 273.3 d there have been 
two sailers fixed for the same busl- , 
ncss at 23s-3d one with a northern ^ 
wJreat option at 258 says the San ^ 
Francisco News In Us weekly review. 
Chartering for nferthern loading con- ^ 
tlnues very 8lo%v, with shipperfl-f*AW- 1 
Ing up disposition to hurry into en-^ 
gagcments until their position is wore. 

secure. , „„„ 1 

,Trmtrer-rhan-ei-i«g-lR-4jFHMiovej[J_Sfiyr , 

cral tramp steamers have been fixed 
on time during '-hb week, two for 
Australia at 2s 3d on. deadweight and^ 
one at 2s 4Vid; and one has been taken, 
for the West Coast at private terms. | 
Grays.lIarVr to Sydney has been 
done for sail at-31s 3d. to fi"f5;'J?a« «t| 
J5.25 aml-to Santa Rosalia at 5b. An- 
other windjammer has been taken for 
general cargo to Ne^Y York and "wrp; 
are working. British Columbia to, 
Iciulque has been done at 41s 3d. 

Dff shore lumber rates are quoted 
urT^lowsTXutnber -rrom^;Puget bound 
or British Columbia to ^V^^^.^^lJ"^® j 
32s -ed; to Melbourne or Adelaide, 313 
i\A- TJnrt Plrie. 35sir36s 

China 




3d'0:32s 6d; Port Pirle. 35s@36s 3d_; to 



Frcinantlc. 35s® 37s 6d; to 
pons'st^am), 3s 9d®4s 3d on gross. 

direct nitrate port. *'^^®^^?„^'^' tfers 
40s'»41s 3d; Valparaiso for or.lcrs, 
J?s 6dl43s 9d. With 2s 6d less to jlirec 



port; lo"souih African P'^'-^S' f,f ^ ^" 
' ' Comment, B2s , 6d(i<^53s, 

Mazatian, $5.25; faan- 
$6; Honolulu $5. 



U. K. or 
Guaymas, $5.25; 
ta Rosalia, 



being that 



the 



Tricolor Chartered. 
The Norwegian stoanier Tricolor, 
which left Victoria, July 15. for Nome 
and Is presumaliiy now at the Alaskan| Will 
port, has been cliartered by the Am- 
erican Trading company to load lum-' 
ber on' Puget Sound or the Columbia 
river for Australia. 



NEW COLUMBIA IS 

READY FOR SERVICE 



Lonsdale in Dock. 
The steamer Lonsdale of the Cana- 
dian iMexican line reached Esquimalt 
yesterday and entered the drydock to 
be cleaned and overhauled preparatory 



Make Fortnightly Trips Along 
Northern Coast— New Mission 
Ship Being Inspected 



REVENUE OniER 
lOSl 




Ekiulpped with all modern appliances 
for rfffiilstratlon to the loggers and 
SsldeS^of the British Columbia coa. 
between. Alert Bay and Tart^ Anda the 
new hospital steamer Columbia II., built 
S'the 'Slumbla Coast Mission soclj3- 
ty la now about ready tor- serv icc. 

• . ..The vessel will make the^round tHP 

to be transferred to the new Canadian! »^.^ggQ ^jj^ x.vio places tortnignii}-. 
Mexican Pacific Line by the Sun} gj.^, ^.^g bult at ^ew Westminster and 
»»...,.„ =>.!■, ^«»T^.,oviv- wHifh h«r«itrifnr« rp-rpivimi her tlnal touchcs ai 

I'ancouven whefe she has been thrown 
onen for the inspection o^ "»® P^^'j 
An X-Ray. spacious dlspensaryTT^^o 
extra folding beds with special air 
ma^trSes it Included^n :me equlpmen 



steamship compa'ny 
operated the vessel 



which heretofore 



First for Rupert 
The BrU^sh steamer Inverkip is tha 



Perry Goes Ashore On St. Paul 
Island,. One of,, Pribyloffs, 
and Is Total Loss— Crew 
Rescued by Other Cutters . 



first of the fleets 
from the Orient, 



that are to sail 



Cleared fbr Prln.^; of the vessel w^lle.evcM->^i^^^ 
Rupert. The British freighter left! arranged In t.he^mostc^mt^,^^ ^^ _^ ^^.^^ 



Hongkong on Friday last wUli a cargo '^^-■^^^^^'^Z:^ re.S>^''lrom 
of cement consigned to the ,Grand oi $1,100 h> a- "°", ^ wishes her 

Trunk Pacific Railway company at " ^'— '^'-l woman wno 
I'rlnce Rupert s: ■ is bringing 6,000 
tonsi 



NOME, Alaska. Aug. S^^-'Phe rev- 
enue cutter Perry struck Tonkl Pomt. 



Royal on Sound Run 
The steamer Princess Royal, which 
arrived from Skagway > yesterday af- 
ternoon, will rellevt3 the three, funnel 
liners on the TrloiijSular Run the next 
two days, cojnmenclng today. She 
will sail ofa the Vlctona's-«chedul.e=ftt 
2 p.m. for- Vancouver. After arriving 
from . Seattle tbmofrow stie will take 
the Charlotte's run to Seattle and Van- 
couver, sailing at 5 p.m. ^ 



nnd 



The favorite passenger 



"Camosun 



ateamer 



Leaves Vancouver rvpry W'^dncs. 9 p.m. 
Ar, Prince Rupert every Krl. e.ft'^rnoon 
Arrives Stewart every Kc.tur. afiornoon 
Leaves Stewart evory Saturday 6 p.m. 
Leaves Princ* liupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver flvrrry -Tuesday !» a.m. 
Tickets from Victoria at HOC Wharf 
street. Telephona 1164. \ 



Foot were dolrigrteyelopment work on 
;t in when they ran Into high grade 
!.iii They have returned to the Is- 
kind to continue their development 
work and to' ascertain the extent of 
t|,,. • ■ .,,.,.^ 



HUGE HALIBUT 

CATCHES IN NOBTH 

steamers Flamingo and Manhattan 

Reach Terminal City With 

Large Cargoes 



S.S. "Gollege Widow" 



T^Ba\ pr^ 



tlu. 



T K Wharf at 



Moiirtay and Thnrsrtay for 
8AI.T SPBIWa, CIAI-IAI70. 
MAYITE and r\ei%\\^oy\\\% IslnndS. 
arrlvlnff baclc at Victoria at 
8:30 p. m. 

81.50 BOUND TRIP 

Tuesday nutl Friday for 

MAYWE ISLAND AND WAY 
PORTS 

Wcrlnesrla.V nod .'Saturday lenvi;3 
Mayne Iplnud at 7;00 n, rn. \"v 
Victoria and way ports. 

Freight' must be shipped not 
later than f. ii^ p rn day prcvlou.s 
to sailing. 



The steamer Flamingo reached Van- 
couver yesterday morning with a re- 
cord-breaking catch,, of halibut, a 
catch which ' breaks all records, con- 
sidering the. short time In which 1' 
was ai;£ured^ In two and a halt da> : 

f I .«hliigoirt3W(js«5-48laiiii Jh6_.i!laiT?AnK' '' 
which Is commanded by Captain 
Freeman, secured 300,000 pounds of 
UjUibui.- and when she arrived this 
. Homing alia. _w«iP .deeply laden, and 
had a largo quantity of fFsIi 'on dec 1. 
c.ood weather and good baU 'Is tlu- 



ort"st~ Paul Island, one of the Prlby- 
lorr group, oii which the largest seal- 
ng fookei^-ls situated, in a dense fog 
last Saturday and is a ^o^^^^ 1"«^; „^^ ! 
officers and. crew vvere taken off b> 
the revenue cutter Tahoma and Man- 
ning. The Perry's cnglnerxiom and 

-hull are fHooded. 

The Tahoma ha.U .^ .1. ;.:ine80 sealing 
schooner seized for poaching in tow. 
when news of the wreck was received 
by wireless. The offlct^rs-efi-the Ta- 
homa and Manning ordered the aban- 
donment of the Perry as a. total loss. 
An enquiry will be held at Valdez on 
September 8. The Perry la one of the 
oldest revenue cutter* In the service 
un the coast. , , 

The Perry v :•• on. "' 

United States revenue '•oii';i,-;\ .-i.^h^.u 
In the Bering Sea patrol. The season 
for British sealing vessels- is not yet 
begun, btJt owlhg to the presence of a 
large fleet -of Japanese schooners m 
the northern waters-^they are not 
amenable to the srallng regulations— 
the revenue cutters -.are kept bUsy. 
The Perry was under orders to Keep 
■■A-lthln the three-mile limit close -to 
the rookeries to prevent raiding by the 
Japanese sealers. Last year, while 
orurrflng m this manner, she selzejl two 
schooners whose boats crews were 
inside the three-rnlle limit attempt- 

' ing to land on the rookery. ^ 

The Perry was built at Buffalo in 
1884 She l.i ICl feet in -length and '25 
feel wide and has a dlspiucement of 
461 tons. Herheadquai-ters are at Port 
Townaend. The crew are reported itll 
safe. 1 . , 



DODWELL "AGENT 

TALKS OF TRIP 



■^ "^""I'f.hheTd 'TwiVl.be maintained 
bv"ud8 lady a^^<''>V as the vessel, is 
n existence' A folding altar and 
;^elodeqn 'which, can "^^ ^tr-sfotmed 
uiff. jin altar has been fitted into int 
front cabin of the little hospital ship. 
''^The dimensions Of the Columbia are. 

i^t^SaS^i^e^^^f - 

is the largest gasoline propelle.) v- ■ 1 
on the pjiclflc coast. 



Holt Hill Arrives^ 
.. lumber-lnden ship Holt iHUl.Le^ 
nifi unable , -to get a criMv at Vancou- 
ver to put into fesqulmalt this morn- 
ing to ship a crew at this port. The 
vessel Is bound for South Africa. 

VAdio Due 

I nt— HfKV-o^vH/. liner Vadso i.^ dui to 



tK. F. Haines Mai<«R Statement Regard- 
ing Visit Made'^by Himself and 
Captain Bartlett to Rupert 

A. F. Haines, ageni. 'it '1.11.110111 of 
Dodwell & Co., who recently went 
with Capt. Bartlett of the steamer 
Jeiicrophou to visit Prince Rupert 
ar.d ;3tewart, on Instru'itlons rccelv- 
0-' from' A. Ho.t & Co., operating^ the 
ij:ue Funnel line, has made the fol- 
iuwii'i' statement to the Railway & 
Ma.lire News of :5.aific tinco his re- 
turn. 

"Otir trip to Prince Rupert, was 
merely to post ourselves and the in 
terests that 
the- dev 
north 
and the 

no possibility of the Blue 
steamisrH transffiri.'. their terminal 
to Prince' Rupert. ..r in any way ln--l- 
terfering- -with the regular service at 



CANADIAN EXPRESS ' 

COMPA^IS COMING 

Western Manager Makes ' "■>'"^'3^,^io" 

and Returns to East to Report 

Advisibiiity of Agencies 

T^J R i:m; ^ superintendent of llie 
western division of the Ca:nadlan Ex- 
p«ms company, with headquarters at 
Winnipeg, who has been In the city for 
some dayk making t^vesti^aUons jvlth 
n vipw to the ebtabllshment 01 
agenS pf the Canadian Express 
cfn pS ?n British Columbia. He re- 
cent y returned from , the northern 
coast after looking Into the situation 
at Prince Rupert. Stewart and other 
points and is returning to make his 
rcmrt. It is most likely that agencies 
win be established in the near futme 
at Victoria. Vancouver. Prince Rupert 
a ...c: ...- rand Stewart, where the G. T P. agents 
ro«arding|wiU look after the bu^nesso the com- 



8 that -we represent ro«arumg wui m-'n. "»"' -•■ 'Xi^^'^,r,,^r^\ of Vno- 

eveiopments takinK ,>lace In the P«ny p^m ln« the apWn^^^^ 

. tlie facilities for large vessels clal agents b> ^^^^^\ 

.he outlook for traffic- Tlje^re^^ls ^^^^^^ " ^jr^^ESS 

CLOSES SOME STATIONS 



TIDE TABLE 



victoria, July, 1910 



Date.lTime Ht|Time Ht|Tlmo Ht|Tlfhe Ht 



reason given by_ Skipper Freemati for|^^,,(vp' {,', Vancouver from northern 

his hirge catch. ... | British Co.Uimbl'a jiorts tomorrow, after 

The ManliattanLia..ji,'.so -at live Tcr-' yvhioh lihe will proceed to this port to 

ihipal City with, 180.000 ponds, and ln;ioad a general cargo and lea\'e mcaii 

view of the Flamingo's catch it is in- , Tlmr.idHv '"" ""^ "" *"" ''"■ "" 

tei'c.s'tVniJf 'to 'nbtR'"(Ti&f. t'wb "i'cars ago' north, 
the Manhattan arrived with 339, 0(rO| 
pounds of hnlHi'it s'-rored in four 
(lays' fishing. 



evening at 11 &;hi,. for the 



Excursion from Everett 
Iii>^vltig over 'lOO would-be pR.«f.sen- 
gcr.s waiting on the pier, at Everett, 
(hi- ..steamer Chlppew.'i 'arrlVcfT yefiter- 
diiv afternoon with 1,000 .sightseers to 
look over the city oC Victoria. Then 



The steuoiei 'rradt'F,""Tmfler' charter 
to the C'.P.R. Navigation Company, Is 
loading S.H tons of general freight and 
a boiler from llie Blue Funnel liner 
Bellerophon at the Outer Wharf. She 
\v\\\ probriblv get away todny. Pho i« 
also taking fifty tons of sulidiur from 
the Chemical Works for Departure 
Bay. 



1 

3 
.4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
U 

ir 

15 
16 

19 

:3 

24 
25 
'J 6 
27 
28 
2!) 
30 

n 



h. m. ft.fli. iri., ft.th. m. ft.[h. m. ft. 
iu 18 6.T 



R 03 4.3110 50 6J1 

5 61 3.0 

(1 35 1.8 

7 18 0.8 

S OOuiLDir:: 



09 9.7 

45 9.6 

1 23 9.4 
■2 00 8.0 

2 30 8.2 
40 7.4 



C. 00 4 

6 20 3.5 
fi 4 3 g.-fl 

7 10 2.3 

7 89 1.7 
R 09 1.2 

8 40 0.» 

l(i 9.2 

1 02 9.1 

1 51 8.8 

2 44 S.3 

3 48 7." 
] 00 G.2 
2.10 5.3 
3 U 4.2 



8.41 0.4 

9 23 0.5 

10 56 0.2 

10 51 0.3 

U 34 1.1 

2 48 7.4 



i>-2-(i^-&>3. 



20. 06 8.8 

20 32 8.1 

20 46 8.0 

12 14 2.1 

12 51 3.'. 

13 26 4,2 
13..,6.6 -6.1 



2212 O 

22 88 9.0 

23 06 9.3 
23 36 ,9.6 



Victoria Is Not Afticted by the Change 

Westport and Aberdeen Offices 

to be' Dismantled 



•r^fri i' t 



20 42 8.0 

21 00 ,8.1 
21 22-41.3 

21 48 '8.4 

22 15 8.6 
:22 38 8.7 

22 56 8.9 

23 n 9.1 
23 34 9.2 



9 14 0.5 

9 52 0.5 

10 34 ff 8119 3S 7.7 23 40' 7.4 

11 17 1.3|10 10 7.7 23 48 6.9 

11 58 2.III9 31 7.S . .-. . . .:; 

5 ]H 6,9 12 38 3.2 19 5S 8.0 

7 10 6.3 13 17 4.2120 24 8.2 

9 18 5,9 13 54 5.3|20 49 S.5 

^ 16 S.8 

46 0.1 



..\ it hough Instruction? ha*« been sent 
out from the main office of the United 
Wireless company at Seattle Ipliorm- 
ing the operators of certain stations 
to dlsbandon and dlsn^antle their posts, 
this will noteffect the clty.of.'Vle*or!.ir 
The station here has received no wdrd 
and as it Is doing a good business it 
is considered that \Hrtoria la not in- 
cluded In those to he abandoned. 
Stations at Westport and Aberdceti 
"■■;'■ 1 have been notified to withdraw froni 
22V0 8.2! the field. Some days ago word was 
23 16' 7.8 

20"3^*.8'6 



4 18 3.2 21 1 

5 18 2.2i..., ....|21 4 



sent out from the .'Seattle offlee to 
Aberdeen that a guaraptee of $400 .pe.r 
month must be given In order tTChTf d 
the station, htit not 'waiting for this to 
he. -given the later orders' were tjiv^n 
to-dlsmiintle and retire at once. 

The diseonliiiulng of the hnr *fer- 
vlco will he a ,s(*iious incnnvenienoe 
to the shipplitrmi^'n ^of the Oregon 
coast as at present it is possible to 
got accurate «nd positive Information 
na to the exact hour Vesnels puss over 
.the bar. In tfte winter months when a 
Ktorm is on, ve.sscLs are^ often held lip" 
for '.T ' conplf rff -dnys Inside thf* bar 
waiting tor the wcatlie- ouislde to 
moderate. 'while without a wireless 
.service it will be impossible for thn.^e 
interested in Hoqiilam to know Just 
when they did get to sea. 



Tickets 
on Sale 



August 3, 1910 



VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY 

ST. PA^L. MINNEAPOLIS, L»_ULUTH. waNNIPEG or PORT 

ARTHUR, and return ^. . ■ . •■•'- • .. ulI^- •..■'*.•.■.*,• 

CHICAGO and return .;.. ■.,.....'. ..-.•i' 

TORONTO OR BUPFAI^b and return •■ 

MONTREAL and return :••,•••• ' 

QUBBiaC CITY and return ..^. 

NKW YORK OR PHILADELPHIA and return 

BOSTON and return • 

ST. JOMN and return 

HAJLIFAX and return 

AND OTHER POINTS ON APPLICATION 



. .$ 60.00 
. . 72.50 
. . 91.50 
...105.00 
. .. 111.50 
. . 108.50 
.. 110.00 
.. 120.00 
.. 127.20 



For further information apply to 

L. D. CHETHA.M, 



City Passenger .-Xgcnt. 

1102 CrivrTnincnt street. 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 

FOR PRINCK RUPERT, STl^NVAHT. QUKE.V CHARLOTTE I.SL,ANDS, 

S. S. Prince Rupert, 3.000 Tons. S. S. Prince George 

r-.very Monday. 10 a. m. ' Every J.-riday. U) a. m. 

FOR .SBATTLE. SATURDAYS AND' WEDNESDAYS, MIDNIGHT. 
XlHi .-.i-.Ai. iu^^. ^^^ Sundays and Thursdays, Midnight. 



Returning, 




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ROUTE 

Reaches All Points in 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 

New England. New York and^South-and East 

via Any Route. 

Finest roadbed, modem and luxurious trains^ For Infonriatlon as to 
f«r«.s etc also for folders and particulars re Grand Trunk Pacific points, 
aprdy It temporary office. G, T. P. 'do.ck, Wh^nf Sucec. rear of Post 
r>ffice Write or telephone: 

nUPERO^^' Telephone 2431. TTA'ROI.X) BROWN, 

r' T- "t \ Dock and Freight Agent G. T. P. S .S. 

.\gency Trans-Atlantic SteanL-sKlp Lines. 



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For Northern B. C Ports 

S. S. VADSO . 



On 



THURSDAY, AUGUST 4th 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent, 534 Yates Street 



Phone 1925 



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Eastern Trips 

For Western People 

Summer Tourist Round Trip fares in effect June 2, 17, Hi 
July S, ai; Augu«t 3 »nd September 8., 1910. 



SPECIAL FARES 



$60 



ROUiro TRIP 



To St Paul, Minneapolis, Duhilh, Superior, and Kan»«« 
Citv ?S72.SO to Chicago; #108.50 to New York; ^107.50. tb 
W-ishinglon", D. C— proportionate fares to other Eastern pointa. 

Three Electric Lighted Trains 

The Orieni.1l Limited and Southeast Expie^-- -.c«:h...An electric 
lijthted throuRh train to ChksRo or KanMS City. 1 he hast MAU 
i another good train. All are "built for Comfort Send or .cemc 
folder Matt Over the MoHfUains, or come in and lets ullt. »t owft,^ 

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On 
Blouses 



TOX SOfl — r>ro lis x\ h i I f^ ' Ut w 1 1 
waists. pmlirnidCi-fil frurils, fn-, 
Rpilioii irimmcri. ■■ ■ [ 

» - ' 

rom 7So— Whitf innll mnsirn 
lilouHfij", nll-iuer emJiiuirlcfy 
fronts, ' soft collars, lotij; 
eilftcves. <.i' 

rO» $1.00 — Dainty v^,>^l.■ lawn 

bloiJHe.*. t rlnimtHl ' wlih Ihop hwI 

embroidery, regular rirife $3-.fo 

TOM tLas— Always liitlu-rta 
sold ni $1.7ri: liftinlsame iHWu 
Hiiil iiHishii \\.ii,«t;: li-w -! ■!•■ 

ro«r^l."50 — Cca-utiiul inuu mus- 
lin liliiiist*-*, Holil ipgularly at 
t2 Kiiil... i-.i>f): tiiese are ^npw 
niotlt-ls. _ Mll-ovei' . Pinhroiilery ■ 
Jronli^. tVtmmorl vwtth" THCe fliiil 
prnbroidcry. Tliey ' are • Ki'"d 
vnliip at refirnlar fiKiiifs ' ami 
ihunipiii«r harerjiins. _at JiXo. 



DON'T MISS TMESX IT YOU 
WAWT TO SAVE MONEY 



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Sole Affcnt Cor AlcCall I'at- 
tenis and I'Vshion Journal 

649 Yates Street Tel. 26 





Happenings 



:.zzs!L^.^J.., 



^Mcrrltt is to havp a brnss b.tnd. 



All nit : ;- iw li,i\ i- ,i -.,1,1 f.ut 
iii uii.x Pi', ; a ce . rC lF'TTTegal " 1 1 



kr,M. 



Pentlcton Is^novv seiulliiK- ('si,ietially 
fttio ai)rii'otsi to the prairie markets. 



Ih •}]. 



it-s 



. pcrlenclii 

» II 



Kc\\ J. S. SiitiuTiaiKl ot liahfax lias 
iicHni^d a call to PrlrwK :Ru-t)e>rt. 



iDrt George novv 1 

i,.iiifs nightly «t-lt}^uM'i 1.. itiii- 



■ ic- 



Asjjcroft 
lion" 
I'pi-n town.' 



Isf' the latcat "(l(?m >j*t<^t-4^- 



Sufiar just now is '2li cents a pounii 
at Kort lieurgje_ii.ari hu%' 10 cfnlH— 

aufl .\ft sunie peoplo pr/ter to oai ihe 

siiKar., ,' 

The iia.^i forlniKhl l,)us witnpsaed 
Ihi', wliMlesal"' *'\ictJnn <)f Kamlilers, 
siu-p-thing iiicii, and nlhrr umlo.-^lrabli's 
liiMii Stew arl. 

11 i.s illegal, to ItiU bears in Brlllah 
cnlLiinbla until the , end of J\uBU.<it — 
tant .solf-dfl't'n''(< may bo pleaded in 
I'Xtfnnation. 



Kaskutoon; H. J. Scott. J. Nelson. Mont- 
i-t^ali liklUli nuU L>. l.origtiecd, Toronto, J. 
Murjfheed, Tot^nto. 

At th« BAlmoxtU^ 

Mr.t. Trevor Kc4I!j!V-tjU!aLlcJbLU.n-;.. ..,\^ O. 
Waller. tJanjja.s. Harbor. S. C. BurLoii and 
family, i\ yiiadforih, KumKn)ps. 



SYMPATHY EXTENDED 
"^— TO MISS ELLIST0N 



Protaatant 



Orphan* 

Ramamber Siatar of Murdered 



Ladiaa of 

na 

Officer — The Meeting 



Home 



Ht^i-ciiliv al i;M.^;.siand thJ^gi:- T Vgll- 
kno wn marrird women ran ~n." foot riCco 
■ in one or tlic -principal streets for a 

piirse 111' $111, 



wliEL:.ji:a:S.ahat .a-t .the WorW Point bar 
rack's Td^ndaj- tnnrnlnK. <'a'p(aln Kills- 
ton was a warm frifiid of ilii^ institu- 
tion and frcqiientily »phif'mbtrpdnie 
children .'of the hoin(> wiiii generous 
gifts. ' ' 

^ 'Vlie meetTng^qgehed" with praj-'er ami 

the minutes of the last nieeiins:. wer.o 

read and I'ldojiled. S4.^veral appli('ntWm:f 

were-receiv-fed'frtr~^PtTTTa:nce "to~rhp home 

Hush ivcefer,U..r,ecavx*r-iuK-J:i:oji^^g.,,,^g_,,,,^j pj^i^ t,, 3^^ „g helps, am 

these will re.ceiye atfentimi. The post 
of matroiTs assistajit has nor j^t been 
lilled. _. . 



A-an- 



Countess Carbonneau, one of the 
11 isto i'lo .-I Md pUtu resr) vi c c harac ters of 

the ■ V'ukuu rusli, \^ revisiting 
couver. 

a se,iiou3 fdsc ot bloQd poisoning, re- 
snlting from a sipllutfti" &£, woo<;l -ha-viJig 
rmheude^l itself In his ttnimh 



A'ancnuver's metebroK.Ki^ .il .si. i lion 
„has been raised lo-t-he.- first, ranUr\ jnore 
modern cciuipnient will ;15S" lustalleQ 
mid a new tower erected at the ata- 
tion_ai_lvl tsllano. 



Josepit -,-Alusgrave a well knomi 
in iJrltish Columbia o£ the -wide ..i:&sideht of Nanaimo for upward ot 

twenty year^, and an eccentrle char- 
YiT^ter^ "With w tendenry ' towards - re- 
ligious mania, died suddenly on P'riday 
afternoon "Of -apoplexy. ' 



A shortnge^ «f cars is materially af- 

f erring the cnar ^|Jfflenta"fff'tJre~WlU - 
tllosbori) mines. . - , 



:\t(<rrltr litl/.ens 

last ev«nir)- 
tlonr"" 



nr pUMlc ihegtln g 
d upxm"ijicarpmu- 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY. - 

COAL COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co. 

522 Trounce Aye. Phone 1377 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 



K niU S prigel of Vancouver -"all but' 

lost Tns~iire ot: 1 >^T]|art "tfeolS^ 

ar-i-iitental poi>i'ii •:^_ — ^~^" — ' '' 

I rnmeht trail how building 

up ('aiivon ty'reok VsiJU 13^ of , especial 
benefit to (Jerrard. '*■::-.. ^ 

I'rinee Rpppft proudly .boaQU 'lihttt 

very..jieidomlMie0r^d byyforent 



A ;;nuu of'tMH hail^twen'iTiadp by 
the Go\rrnnient t,o tfle Goitftg"" 'l.. - 
pital at Qucsnel.'. ■ . ' ' '' 



We Offer You The 



BestStyies 
and Finish 



i n pbf> tnq;rgtpliy that it rs pos- 
.'^ mie^tb: ycti iiiid "»T a . price 
liiat you'll be, glad to •'pay. 

.\11 wbfk gitaF^nteed. 



— THE— 

Geo, H. Larrigan 

STUDIO 

1230 Government Street 

' M'l'.-r- I'linilC 2,V^-. R'CS. 687 



llomaiio Toll" .> ' i '' nn^ was lac- 
eidentally drowned in t^urrard Inlctr 
at Vaneouxer, on Sunday last. 

Tinker* .jiroVn, oj»e at .the original 
i-Muieers f»f7tll«~ Cariboo, IS dead at 
Bai'kervilte, aj|«d' Sa^jr^ars^ - • 



I!- \ W, W.' ■Bromw'ich of Aalicroft 
has, woiT a $50*t prijie in a ilot eount- 



In Kclpwna, Ed. Mcliougall has been 
fined' l&O fat.,»Hpplylng :'" interdi't.Mi 

Rev. T. ■\A"alker li*n$^rfacned McY- 
rittf rortj En g^Jand to nasunie pastoral 
chavg% pt moT Xt\ gllcaitf church. 



— -MT97' J. A. Hendr.v. of A'ancouver. 
who has jirfet returned to that city 
af ter-a_iJj»it.-.ta-,reiaJive* in th« «a,st, 
had a \ery nairow eseajje-frcirn treTng- 
hiJrned to aeAUxJjL-Sh* great Camp- 



At Waneu. Thiirfedity, a man n^ied 
ThQcntn?Tg WHS drowned :in the river 
near the mouth of fifteen- mile ereek. 
I'nahle to swim, he got beyond his 
depth Willie bathing with some (-oni- 
panions. who. , in spite of ever.v effoi"t; 
wore unable to bring him to the hank. 



At the usual monthly rneeting of the 
ladles committee of the 1^. C\ Protes- 
tant Oriihan's Home, which w^s h«ld 
Moivdac' I'tftcrnoon at ^'.30 o.clr'ck a 
vote of sympath.v was passied if M'iss 

Ellision on the grievous Titid sudden 

lo.-4.s- wlili'h , sht' has sustained, on the 
d^th of her i)rolher, Captain Klllstony 



READ! 



READ! 



"AiHuii;^' all the putnil elements in the power tif per.<;iuisioii, 'tliefe is^iibnc more cffec'tive 
.,..1^4^a^,l.itltat iiTanfuI character tlV^t enables the speaker trf look the other fellow -squarely in ihe 
eye atulniit be ashamed."— Sheldon. • 

J 



.\ chicken ^-ent through the recent 

great fire at Whitewater without in- 
Jiirj-. To add the touch of satire to 
Its escape. It Is said to have taken 
refuge in a camp oven until, the fire 
iiadL passed. It Is probably tlie first 
chicken ever to have sought safetj-> In 
The ov«>n. 



."So f«r.thi« .yegir we have distrib- 
uted about' HTti Mongolian pheasants 
from the new government breeding 
tarn* at Chilllwackr— 35a to ibe:Xhil- 
llwack and Ladner districts on the 
Mainland., and the balance on Van- 
couver Island." states Bryan VVilllams, 
I'rovinrial Game Warden. "We have 
about 400 birds mor© to^turn out this 
season.'" 



\' 




_'. Ml'. O rigor of Rosisland hasj^heeji ap-^ 
pointed assistant ■ollec'tor of qnstomiT 
Ivercmeo- 

- «,*« -M^-D. D. Mimn'j) Piirtlanrd-t^isnai 
Short. Tjtne unsknie:d laborers com- 
mand $3.50 per day. _ • 

Kootena^y • will, aeod an exception- 
ally fltlf exhibit of mirierals to the 

vaiicottver jfair. . 

The ntfw C. J'. R. steanicr. Kaleden 
is now in regtilur jfervlce between 
Pentlcton^ and Okanagan F.i!'< 

.\. E.; Irwin has the contract for 
building the lioapitaj at Prlncetorii 
which will cost J3.250 and .Will be 

'con-vH-etP^l Ij.v November*- ■ .- • ' 



INSECT STINGS 
CHAFED SKIN- 
^REFEET 
HEMSORES 
f UflBURN 

& Alriii^KIN DISEASES 



Mrs. M. A. Boorman, Peferboro, 
-writes: "I got badly bittrn hv an in- 
sect on the neck. The p.irt liecmmc 
swollen and infl.tmrd. I applied 
Znm-Buk, in three days the inflam- 
mation and !»wrllin(T Were rrmoTed 
and all sign of the wound had gone.' 

Mr. J. Burklcy, 414 Vicioria At«., Moot- 
rr.!!, Uvt : " 7am-Buk cured m«of«cwm« 
v.liirl I h»d hart f"r i:ijrzn\ Doctor* ^a«* 
(.r»H «nH I ,h,»cl cooM! to tkUk I »•• l»- 

CT3I)ll'l«." 

Zam-Ruk ftlso mr«« pil*t, nlcermtloot, 
WpgwoTm, Mtwd poi,w>ning, keat ior«*, iicn 
• !:■! j>l| skin iTOublcj, s«c boi all i 
or Z»ra- IJuk Co., Toreeto, j bu Ji-aj. 



AT THE CITY HOTELS 



At tie Drlard — 

\V. H. BaMlett.apd wife.. Spokane; 
Mrs. Alice Todd . Chic ago: M*a — hh- 
Pierce, Mrs. Oe'>. Flrat. 0r:-ftfl<l Mrs. <'- 
I". Klrsi. JSeattle;. Ifclr. and Mrs.' Mcr 
(iregor. Went' I<Ib«irty... S8.«,fe;..:Mr,_and. 
Mrs. W. P. Johnson, Mooaajaw; R. H. 
XosBr TaMma ; M. 1R7 Va ugha ti. Passa - 
dena-.. A. I.. P'unk. M. E. Kunk, . C. A- 
Kunk. Phlladelplilfl; S. -E; Cole. Brandon: 
W. C aittchell, seattiJi'; Ml.«iii l^ttley, 
nydc. ICng.: Mrs. Uayard, Salt Spring 
Islan.d; Solomon penny, Vancouver; .Ino. 
1.). ('liarle*qji. Necliaco: H. A'. C'rdft, Cal- 
gary; .1. jpT I'landers. Vancouver; James 
Hagnari/ Xanalnio: S. N. .Rich. H. ,N: 
nich. I&dner; J. C. Allen, Seaforth.; Win 
Anient. W, K Brad win. Miss N. l£oy. 
Vancouver: R. F. Batchelbr. Vancouyffrf 
Mr. and Mrs. U. W. I*. Hamilton. Win- 
nipeg: Dr. B. 1/. SteveJis, Montreal: >J. 
Pi- J^nes and family, Vancouver; Mr.". 
.); \t MetCBlf, Portage la Prairie; Miss 
H<Miderson. lOdmonlon: 11. K. Dean. Wol- 
Jaston. Mass.': C. K. Weddcrbtirn. Kok- 
i«ll.Tl2i_Jas. .\. M»ln«ico^Vancouvar; Mrs. 
'Geo. F." Anderson. Portland : Mrs. .lohti 
P, riar.v. St. .losepli; Mrs.. F. E... Smith. 
Uondnn. Ont : llev, and Mrs. f)ot«f., U. <" 
Winters and Wife. -Heattle; i". Urtiham 
pnd w)fo .Seattle; "Mrs. H. 3. Kdrtiond?;. 
Sill.- I srandr 1^fr.— Bnd^Mf«~<,^rof ton. 
ShI: Spring f.^land: Miss t«. Young. Se- 
atlle; John Maxwell, !-eattl(|^;. Mrs. J. C 
Stovens, Tnconia:, •Mr.-*. (ilnver.Mr- 
Go<ld»rd. Vancouver, 
At the Ktug Sdward— 

I'. ,«. l>in\iiiiijc. i;. Grigsby. Vancouver: 
f;. GraHsel. Mrs. ft. ■Gransel. Di^ncan: Mrs. 
])r>r8ey, Albernl: .1. T.). Sullivan, city: A. 
B. Monv.eling, Pella. Iowa; C. M. Elliott. 
Corlna. f'al.: Mrs. T. F. Tra«k, Mrs. Jas. 
Ollylr. Uutte. Mont,:, H. <i. Dejin, He- 
al lle;.H. .Smith; .f. H- Smith, Portland, 
Ore.; Kendetb Hay. I... M, J.eegh, Arthur 
Growing l-:dw. Anderson. T. d. Mitchell, 
F. M. Tordlffs. H. J. Jeaoons. S. F. Hen- 
derson, Mrs. S. r\ Henderson. Vancou- 
v«r; A. Brown, Winnipeg; M. Kaplansky. 
Montreal; H. M. S. Skefflngtori. S. Salt 
SnririK: I... Mor> i \ii nrouvpr; H. Dun- 

iii Tlios. Pill Rodktn. Duncan; 

.11 •-111.' .lolin.Nnii, . - > \\>-stTiiln8ter. 



Through t h e k lndnes.s oi .\l rs._Zrench 
and. M.i'a. McTavisli, tlie children spent 
several delightful days among the 
strawberries,^ picking and eating to 
their heart.s iTetlghtr and bringing 
home a sufficient ciuantlty for the en- 
joyment of the Inmates of the home. 
Bills aountifig to $1S0.40 were ordered 
paid., Mtt. Shakespeare and Mrs. Few 
.wfipo- a ppoi nted- on the- visltlng^~etH«- 
mltfeefor the month of August. 
"As this has been an uneventful 
month, the ]adieir~sirbintrred a short 
ja.ad concise report of th*r home, the 
best news belcg.-. the continuedj_£odd 
heaitlV' of 4he Jh1iafajarleb«^ 7eo m ^ 
report follows: „ . - 

Madam— President and Ladies: 

Vour visitlns committe for the past 
month ha\"e been to th«>, Imme each 
week #in*foiind tfhe children aU In good 
health and enjoying their holidays, 
some being -away visiting fr iends : 

The- matron has not, as yet, suc- 
ceeded in securing a gnncral servant. 

Owing to the generous contributions 
received at the Pound Party, no pro- 
visions were reriulred. 

The matron rep^rt^ that the plumb- 
ing hai -been - tr.i-n- attended 
to.,',-'' ■ - '' 

gkrtri.:de £>f:n-.nv. 

JP:.N'XIF. p. MciTLajGCH. 

After reading the appended dona- 
tion list the meeting eiosed with pray- 
er. The following ladies were present: 
Mosdanves. McTavlsh, McCulloch, Hig- 
glns. Andrews. R. Croft, C. 1'; Todd, 
Huckell, Vigelius, Denney, Metcall, 
■Toller. J. Langley, K. Few, J. Teague, 
S'hakcspearc, Sherwoi»d. and Plcard. 

Thfl donations received for tha month 
of July are as follows; 

A friend, tea and cake; a country 
friend, cake^^bi^scuitsr and buns, crate 
and 5 boxes strawberries; a friend, ice 
cream; Mrs. il'ilUr. St. Barnabas, 
bread and jandwlciwa:. Mr«. Moore, 
Stanley avenue, clothing: Mrs. Broom, 
clothing; Master Royden Mori-is, 3 
pairs boots; blaster Willie .iackson, 
Jame-s pay." 2 jackets; Mrs. Simpson, 
North road, hat, jacket, material; 
Mrs. Boucher, Odar Hill road, ahlonS', 
rhubarbs — M^Pt— Tony Silvene, 15 lbs. 
b u tter, '5' gtfll oh s Win ey ; Mrs. Sa y'wa rd , 
boots, clothrng; baits; Mrs. Tilly, boots, 
clothi ng, hats and bo oks; Mrs. Ward. 
l\ats:Mrs. Eat77n. boots, clothing and 
hat; Mrs. Nash, boots, elothing. books 
and toys;/ Mrs. (Capt.) Gaudln, pre- 
serves: Hirrs. Tilly, cherries; Daily 
Colonist; Victoria Dally Times; Mrs. 
R 8. Barnard,_flve dollars; Madame 
Koache, "five dollars. 




.11 III lui_\ ill this.. subdiviAiun_OJr.aiiY,_Qther \vt may affer.-: 
.properties, asrsouml iiuc--lmcnt.s and in the t'miirc ol our 



.1.1^ in th i.s subdivi sion at-c uiidoul)tedly splendid tnfys at these figure-^, 
reason it out 7or yourself. 

They arejcios^tQ a large new school, a pa.rk^.^.trefikj;.ar line and the licart 



Mop und 
of the city. ,,' 



Prices From $500 to $1,000. Terms Very Easy 




SLANO INVE8INIENI CO., LTD 



Bank of Montreal Chambers 



V — ■ 

'Phone 1494 



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CONSULTED MINERS 

ABOUT NEW ACT 



Mesara. Tolmie and Shepherd of 
Provincial Service Return from 
Tour of the Kootenay 



the 



Air. n. y.. Tolmie, deputy minister of 
mines, and .Mr. F. H. ShephiJrd. cltief 
iuspmrtorrOf collieries for the province, 
have returned from t ho K oot enay. 
where the.\' have l)een during some 
weeks past, continuing their confer- 
ences w it-lh^-operators and m'lWFs — In- 



undersludy shortstop, named Conncci. 
He is .T, Seattle boy who has been play- 
;ti;j \v!i 1 Mount Vernon. 



to seourlng'ar— maximum 
miners' lives and mine 



with a view 
security for 

property. ' — -^ _---,--.;— 

Meetings (both formal and Inffrrm-al) 
with fiifr miners were h«>l.d -at the vart* 
ous Interior cpal mining centres, the 
tour of Investigation and consultation 
closing with a meeting at Fernie on 
Thursday last. At this meeting the 
miners of'the t^oal Creek- field were 
represebtPd by President %A'. B. Powell 
and Secretary (.arler of District 18 U. 



regard to the amendment next session ^ 

<»f trhe— fc^oal- Mities r^egulatlon ^*^^ 'i^ieLde^'arer^ Biu6y of . the ^suggested 



M. W. of .\., together with -^delegales 
trom the local tuilons of the district. 

The amendments alreadv- proposed 
make up a draft bill of 48 printed 
pages, containing 115 sections. The bill 
as offered b\- ilie government as -a 
basis upon w hich to consider desirable 
ihanges for greater security of both 
life and property in the mines, pro- 
poses many ehanges in the existing 
law and is generall.v pronounced « 
great improvement in its provision.s 
f+^r safeguarding the life and bettering 
the conditions under which the coaj 
miner has to work. Tlie miners in all 
collierv centres had ' l>een supplied 
\vith cople*i-of-tlwtdralt bill and:4md4 or back, by taking a •Mathieirs Ner- 



amendments. 



I : ..;i%-iinK M *!*' bribe to Police 
(.::i ■; Levis (who liad caught iiim 
in till' act of wurkiiiK op Sunday in 
tfeTtnTlTP of local prohibitory by-law.si. 
a \'ancouver Chinaman has been fined 
JoOO in the city police court. 

Neuralgia Promptly Relieved 

--.T-i .' il a fiTiost "at~oncc dl'Sp*F=#H?F 
neuralgic pain, whether in head, teeth 



J _^ Spokane Vlajrer Sold. 

— SKSTtle, Aug;-" :2y^ Coffhay; 

shortstop of the Spokane tram, was 
sold tonight to the Chlcajtrr Nationals. 
The price was no^tstated. It was some- 
thing over JI.OOO. Cooney will' remain 
with Spokane until the end of thf; pres- 
ent season. Spokane has signed a new 



vine Powder." Thi.s remedy which is 
also the best for any headache will 
niiickly relteve any attack of neural- 
gia. Sold by dealers in boxes of IJl 
for 25c. 

IfTOU have trouble securing them, 
send "25c, for box direct to manufac- 
turers. J. 1.. Mathicu Co., Prop., Sher- 
brooke, P. y. — ,— - — 

J. L. Mathieu Co., Prop., Sherbrooke. 
P. Q. • 



'Utei 



Maricopa Oil 




anv. of Los 






I'nder Canadian 

Contrc! 



Angeles, California 



Under Canadian 
C^ontrol 



Capital, $1,000,000 



Study the foHojyjtig prices of oil stocks and see 
what tlll&^Cdmpany's prospects arc. 



W. 



MIC r'riGti^. Pf<witti"Price!: Dividends 



At the Dominion 

•i', I-:. I'i.- 

fi. ill \-.-r- .. 
.Mr. and Mr«. 
.■uifl'wIfe.rF H 



-McoUver; Mrs. l-'iif- 

; Mrs. G. H. Wever. 

•Stansfleld. T. A.- Powfell 

VVhlte. Vancouver; C. II. 



The 

Hudson's Bay Co. 

Sole Agents' 
For Brftish Coiumbin. 




'■WATER ACT, 1909.V 



T. FrctiW 






NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 

T.AKF, bi<>TM*i5^tltat;^the,.j>artuerRlUi> 

1 If re! off! IX »ubststJnK''b('fweftW'"J*t~4w.lVll- 

-'on and .1. Kennedy at Vlelorln. B., «'., 
iinrter-t-li^-^tyle of "T.he \'l<:torl«, Gar- 
H»rf" was dissolved on the 20th ilay of 
.luly, 1910. and that t,lie .s«t<1 .ln,lsJn.e,gH 
A\UJ in ih? future Mt>'--#arrle4 on by s. 
),' Wilson to ty h o f ( i ~ a 1 1 o u t sj an dlngLLac' 
■ ouDlH are ijayalilc and who' will be re 
I )>oti.*-:lhle for all llMl>lllti>«« In connec" 
i!..n wMh tliv- said business. 

SVD.N'KY L, WILSO.S. 

.1 KKN.VKliy 



I .\ Ki; .voTIc;k that T. Frederick' N. 
Nf*-F4«tVr-«H^^1'lte-'<HVy-^--Vi«i-effw-v<M"r-B:-'»'.T 
lumboitiian. Iii.tend to *H>ply to the Lleu- 
lenaivl-TTOvernor In ConricU on Tuesday, 
(he 11th day of October. A; D. "irtlO, at 
ii!il_!l'.l!.'..':...'i£, t.!. ."''■''^'■'■' i" lb'- foretioon. 
.'r Ml souu-tberMufter as the appllcatiiin 

. heard, for a , llnal license "under 
it .\I. and XH. of the-"\Vat<«r Acr, 
•| fnc.i;" -ttTTlear ..artd- temiiyo" obstacles 
from Salmon river and Orford li?iy. ati 
artn - of Biit*j. . Ihlct', Hrltlslw Columbhi, 
'for lln'i purpose of making the same fit 
for.'raflInK and drivInK logs and pen- 
tiing •>taek---»t»d-^aM!<M'iitg-':*a>ler/. «nid. for 
erecting boornlngrgrotnids " In .said < )r- 
,ford bay, approximate mnp^. plans and 
particulars 'of whJLcJi— nnderlalting are 
rtfUie offices- of the CThli^f Corn- 
mlsNrj'nfT of~l-antls-anrf" Water Cominis- 
siontM- a I Victoria;-' -^^~v~'. 

Oated tills 2!Mli dav of July A, I', 
iro'i, IHIODKltlCtC^N'. N'OflTON. 



.\rella,nd». Toronto; C. B. Dutch and wife. 
Ml.sa S, Liitcli. Mrs. Gauut^ Ml.ss Pal- 
grave,' Xew West minster; Jos. Franks, 
Xow';'Vork: C. II. Dunanb.v, Nanaimo; AT 
^Vri)Jhl„ A. M. Wright, Toronto;' Chas. 
I laiz, London,- f^ng.:' Mrs. Kuthisrford and 
ilauBhtiir. Moose Jaw; A. Monro,' Sidney; 
.\. M. Kddy, Winnipeg;, T. Dunstan. Se— 
little; Mrs. .-v. H. VOohlcs. Mrs. IL . .1'. 
N'oung, San Frane.isco; Mrs, W. IL M ooau, 
Mr. VV. il. Moose, Mr. N. Turner and 
wife. Powhatlan, 1-vas.; T'. M. Tloimes and 
fHrnlly, ("ourfenay; J. B. Mpor", t.'ooks- 
\illo. 111.; Mr.". J. n. Mo'ore, MlaslCdUh 
MOore, Miss Frances Moore. Tacotnu; 
Misses McN.imce, Sea-C^le; C. Clark, Port 
.Mberni: ;;.f. b. MacLedd and vvlfc. Van- 
Cbh vir?r :■ Rc^J wrrl s . • -.N iNSt^ " ' WMH fn lii^i t e r ; 
MisB Skitaon.^Frast Delta; Miss J. Ilrown. 
Westminster: V, E. Thop^pson.' Winni- 
peg; H. H. Bender. Seattler.l. H. CiravcM. 
Douglas Lake; It. Gordon. G. McC:artne>,, 
Mrs. L. Basso. Mr. L.- BavBo. \'ancouvei-. 

At the Brunawick — ._ 

M. E. MeK'arn.'Dos Angeles; Geo. B. 
l^awHer, Klllarney. Man.; W\_j;^j<urM^i. 
Sooke; K. G.-Curli.s, fleattle; J..A. Ded- 
liiHham and wife,, DulutU, Minn.; W. J. 

.toncf. fJ'-nHI-". 

At the Vlotorln — 

II l.iiwrcnrce. Lowell. .\lap«.; 1{. PMiol, 
LiHton. Pi. Sflrd-elle, saskatoon, 'J'. ,1. 
Mnftk, Cincinnati. '(Jhio; A. Vernon, He- 
Jittlc; Bertha Merk. Matilda Ma.sOii, 'I'o- 
eoiua, K. .-\n.soii, Vernon, Ind. ()ila Sou- 
ilelle, Prinee" Rupert ; X H. Meyn<i!ds, 
Monlr,eal; l.ioris Pleice. C, Ward. Huii- 
s.oii, C. T. Curtis, Sealtlp, A. G. tjrahaui. 



.ID 

-'5 



$15:00 
.Vpo 
4,00 



Ivucilc 

v^atier Elough .... 

Sterlinpf '. . . .'. .... 

Caribou . . 

S;oi ['"ranciscp and 

Ml Kittfidk $10 

shares _. . ....... 2. 25 -28..50 

I 'ccrlc.ss. ' -o^ r ■''"*" 

Mp-st of these companic p.,!} 
adtTifion.. 



--10% monthly. 
10% monthly 

25% quarterly 
2S% monthly 



30^c monthly 
f)C per mojith 

-pecial hrinuscs in 




Thi.s Comp.ti; .vvns a lca5jc of (kd acrc-^ in section 3-', 12-2.^. in tlic very 
heart tif'the Maricoija, Sunset Field, surrounded h} mi-hci--. ..f fl.iwin;;- wells 
tor a royalty of 1-7 of the oil produced: 

The Lake View Gusher, within 2 miles. 1i.t- proihiccd over $3,000,000 in 
Uil (jivrinp^ 3 monthsf. Now flowinj^ 40.00x1 barrels jjcr day. 

/i'he (ibispo, wiihin '4 mile of oifr property, brought in a lO.otX) barrel 
\Vc/l on 5th June ay 1,800 feet. / 

NOTE THE LOCATION—WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING 

.Vtitjfclc'^ 



IC.xtracl I'nu!! the i 



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hil\' I' 



'Viim a cor 



rcspon- 



Dividends on Listed Stocks for May 

Tola] Dividends to Date. 
^31,28 I. J>03. 



,yMil — On Section 30, which is within three-quarters of a mile of the Lakc- 

iew gusher, a tremendous well has recently been brought in, which I saw 

lowing at the rate of i.ooo barrels p^r hour. .'\s Conf,n-essinan Hale has 

tfilh' s:iid. 1 jircfcrlhis vvcil in the \)h ..nc nf the Lakcvicw. as it is abso- 
tiiciy utidci ciitrol aiid -li .tiM he A ^tc.idy producer for years to come. 
lis A\e]| holds the recoril in the ^/idway field f<^r having beeu-drilted in 
seventy d-'ivs with a len-iitch r;i^iii/. its whole dcpib of 2,165 feet, and its 
produeli'Di i- remarkable . i' ■= 'iisiderril tl,,i; ihe oiPwas struck after 

thedrillcrs had entered the oil .s;uh1 bnt two feet, whereas in the case of the 
Lakcvicw, I iinderstand they enteretl tJic oi' <rmd sixteen feet befctre the big, 
production came about. Just south of Sr. in .^d,' the con>pan\/ is drilling 
two wells on ilic forty and sixty acres it ownsdn Section 32. /One of the 
w.cils is down o\cr 1.200 feet and will reach the oil sand at aho/it 1,500 feet. 
The IMidway N'orthcrn,/ within 300 yards of this Company's propcrt3', 
bronght-in a similar Well Vm July 4ih last, at a depth of 1.020 f^ct. 
Contractors expect loyroacli oil in 00 days. 

One Well Producing i.oop Barrels per day Means a Profit of $500 per day 

to the Company 



Drilling Commenced July 20th. Watch the Drill. 

Ovoi- 250.000 S!i;irr-. h;i\c lu'cii -.'Id indy_alely in riiticc Kiipcrt and Vancoiix cr. 

Shares of $1 Fully Paid and Non=Assessable, now each 25c 



.\,. .soon as the Drill reaches i.ooo feel the jtricc will be raised to 50c. < lil will lie 
then subject to quotation tin' the~Oil Exchange, /'f'ttday-yaii-djuy^dol-lai" bills.- foi'^--25<^ 



rc'iclicil <-(t 1 ,.StX)/'fect t 



o 2.rK'>o feet. 



"Rfice" 



.1 Will Pay 5c per Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Time Within Six 



Months at $1^ 



/ 

oo per Slu|rc 



SEND FOR PROSPECTUS 



A. T. Frampton 



FISC.\L AND TRANSFER Af 

...— — ..-■ ■, — ,.■. , - ,-,..._,^ „ — ., — .— .„— ^ I- ■■■..■..i.,i.<..i,*.wt*i>..ilaw n M4i M *.iTi.tl^|>iyi<<l».|li W I«>i M 



Mahon Building, Victortii 



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VICnX>RIA DAILY COLONIST 



Wtdnttdfiy. AHguit'S, «10t 



WORLD'S DEBT 
TO CANADA 

A Wonderful Achievement 



Di«cav«ry of ''Fruit-p-tivtt'' has meant 
, hoalth for all 

<'anada's fanio iln<>s ni't rest soIpIv 

on her furs and wh«>ai, IVPlils. >lpr 

rise in X\n^ fatccm o( ihci <snirl(l 1« nol 

, thic to her Cobalt mine's. U Is tli<". 

work I'if iiiT xreat mf-n that lias inailo 

hiT great. A graduate of MeOill Unir 

versHy lias won lasitiuK reftown for 

his ciripina) researches iii the 'reahiis 

<if Phyali'S, ' I 

J^'oryiino Imowa that fruit Is 
wholosonu', whon t^alen judlcimislj'. 
I'hysiciiitis generally rei-ognizei the fact 
ilmt fruit Juicps luiv.' a bonefl<-ia\ ef- 
Teoi on the various urgaus of the t)ody. 

It reinaLru-fl for a (.'anadlari \>hy»i- 
tian to discover a i)roceas whereby 
the mediL'inal action of ifrult could 
l)p so ituTCHSod as to mako tho ihlen-- 
sihod juices a wonderful ciire. ' ? 

'i^rult-a-tlve?"— is-^thls combination 
of fruit :JuTceS "^TfrtTmrimteiT Since- iW^ 
introduction to the public, "FruU-a- 
tives" has met wUh a suci'oss accord- 
ed to nn-Tv-ttifr medicine in the worlfl- 
The reason is i>laln,. ;'|H'Tti,it-a-tTves 
is the one rfine<ly that Is aetually 
made or rrmr.-and is the only remedy 
that naturally cures Constipation, Bili- 
ousness, Indigestion, Headache, Rbfu- 
■ niatism. Neuralj?la, BackiicRe. KidheS" 



obituarV notices 

Eltiaton 

The funeral of the' late Captalh El- 
llstcwi takevs place this afternoon «t 
:! o'clock from his late roWidence 
"Kelistowi"." t,(uadra street extension, 
and at 3.30 serylces Will be conducted 
at H. Luke's ciiurch,' Cedar Hill by 
Rev. ('. K. i'ooper, H. < '. A. < 'lui plain. 
'Pht! ronu=iin(S will lie interred in Bl. 
]..c}ke-'K churchyard hy the side of his 
wife, who died in April, Iflfffl. 

_;^;__ -^ McQrath ^^>' . 

'^rs. Jessie McUrath's fnn/ral 'takea 
pTaco this inornins fit X.45 o'clock fforn 
the parlors of the H. <'. Funeral Fur- 
nishing company, Government street, 
and at « o'diick services will be con- 
^UR'led at «t. .AniJi'evv'.'j Ft. " ^■ii■iihedtJll. 
Jntei;nicnt will ho made in Ro.-s Bay 
iCemetery. , 

■ ■• ' — - — ^ i. < ■ 

Smith „.1.__; 
The reipains of the lat« I.oulsjvSmilh 
will bn Uxid at rest.' this afternoon. 
Services will be held In the chapel of 
the B. C. Funeral Furni.shing: con)- 
pany at 'i o"clock, nl the; conclusion 
of which the remains will he conveyed 
to Boss Hay cemotery" for iuierment. 

Cousins 
The funeraJ of the 'Tate Lennard 
Cousins, vi-hiT passed awa.j' at St. Jos- 
ephs hospital on .Monday night, will 
take ^ace on Thursday afternoon, at 
p. 30 o'clock from the hall of the 1. <)■ 
O. F.. under whose auspices the fun"-' 
•t^FaLiSlH tie conducted. J^v. E. G. Mil- 
ler vvil!~ofRcTate. ' 



Klnr's road, Isla Muriel owOddy, the 
one year and ten months old daughter 
Kings road, lula Muriel (iowddy. the 
femalnn have been r^hoved from tho 
Hanna v>%rlor8 ana iho /unaral an- 
nttuucenielit will bo made later. 

— ~ •^~— -r 

. The sensational l'..umby elopement 
case. In which q married man' named 
Kndall disai)|>cared — Bimultancoualy 
with his iielgbbor's daughter, ha* now 
developed criminal features, Kndall 
being accused of a prior offence 
against tlie young girl. 

"Work on th*- new postoffire at 
N'crnon is proceeding slowly on ; ac- 
count of a shorlagt; of bMlldinf mu.^. 
lerial. "'" . 



FINANCIAL- COMMERCIAL JJEVAN, CORE & 




SHOW DECIINE 



and ■ Skin • Troubles. At all dealers at 
nOc a box. 6 for $2.50. or trial size 25c. 
or from l-Yuit-a-tives Limited 



There are said to be upwards of 
four' hundred do|s In Merritt, which 
4s :t Iris entitled to the nlcknam« of 
New .ijfunstantlnople. ■ 

^ - ' '-It'.. - 

\\y colliding with 'TfTe^Tridge at 
Ca 1,100 I'ass, the ' steamar Staffa, s>ks- 
taliiod considerable dai/age on Satur- 
day evening last. ^id»wir— i— — 



Foreign News Results in Tree 
Selling and Prices Close 
at Low " Point fof the 
Day 



Mineral Farm, "T4 ; Mtusoula Copper, i%; 
Monitor, 4: Nabob, 7%; Nprth Franklin. 
5; I'ortland Canal, nirRamblar Cariboo, 
'H; IteJf, h¥t\ i-noWHboe, iiVi; .Hnow- 
storni, 51; Stcwiirt, 6**: Wonder, \\. 



VZOTOBZA 0TOOX BZOHAirea 

( l>'urni.slieil^'Ey""F'.'"WT Fteveni 



ft Co.) 

Asked, 

.11 



ITALIAN WOMAN 

KIDN APPED DAUGHTER 

New Westminater Scene of Romance 
in Real Lii'e — Attempt at 



HOUSES BUILT 

On the 
Installment Plan 



D. H. BALE 

BUrLSSK 



OOJTTSAOTOS AHD 

Phona lUO. 
Cor; Fort and StRducona 



Stro«t». 



Belcham 

'! ;h' occurred .last night at thir 

SI. Jo.si'pns hospital of John Belcham. 

who for-3oB\p years .pa?t has been a. 

member of .the crew of the tl. M, p- 

ettrawH. i Shearwater. • Deceased .,^n as born in 

I Peddlngton. Eng.^ 31 years ago, The re- 

"* mains have been nioved to.the lln-nna' 
parlors, but as yet no funeral arranger 
n^ents have, been made. 

Christmas ' . 

The remains of the late Joiin Chrisft- 
mas were laid at rest }us«terday after- 
noon In Ross Bay cemetery. The fun- 
eral took pl^ce from tho Hanna pal- 
lors and* Rev. iVTr. Stevenson nifieiated 
at both the parlors and at the grave- 
side. There was a largt* presentation 
of flowers. The followm"g ncled- .«« 
pallbearer.^: .T iv c^.-c-'-'", ,A. M. 
Clearlhue, i l! ' 11. Scutt- 

Gowddy 
There pas'scd away yesterday after- 



noon 



at the family residence, 71 S 



The BEEHIVE, Douglas Street 



1 



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Ir-i 



.,1 t'ic l.'i'rii 



l.adic' 

^ ,.r :; i'M- ■:'.■■: ::!•«:■■ '^ ' • 

We can give yuu the back iiair nets on 
"lai-ce and the smaller sisce at 3 for 10c. 



. . .«cll at T^c 
iving untidy half- 
:,c: for the.extli-a 



LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Phone_77 _J1^1^' '''' 

we can .,upply. lult ^'^-^ y^-^ff^^t^n. "do'ors.'^Howa^?; 
steamed sla.sh, gram fir and the Ulesl in 
riii«b d.inra they are beautiful. 




Hv rrsm-llnp-to kidnin)plng a day or 
SO ago. at New Westminster, Mrs, 
James Da Costa, an ItaTlan woman, 
recovered possession of her little tlve- 
>ea>-olcL-.daueW.eJ...,JfrP.m. . i^Vhom she 
had been parted ever since she and 
Trerniusband separated in San Fran- 
cisco three years ago. Da Costa and 
.the child ha<'n>een iivi-itg In Vancouv- 
er since thev left aan Fraaiclsco and 
had lost track of Mrs. Da Costa, who 
nieantiauv had obtained a divorce, the 
decree- also giving her the custody of 

the .cMJiL --- - 

M-rH.-jaa Co&tju c am e to \ ancotu'er. 
found out where the child and her 
former husband were living, and. at a 
favorable nioiucnt. seized the little 
girl and hurri. '\ '"; ' ■'■ ■^'■- ■ ' ' "' '•' ''' 

her. 

rolher>of the husband gave chase 

I . ! touitd that Mrs. Da Costa had 

taken a New Westminster car. ^ He t^t 

(mce called a taxlcab and. overtaking 

Ihe New VVeat m l n ii ter car , a^ Gland- 

vicw; endeavored to persuade .VIrs. 

Da Costa to part with the little girl. 

He evca attempted to use force, but 

Mrs. Da Coata went into hysterics and 

i Conductor I'arter Interfered, saying 

I that the police would look after the 

j matter on their arflval in New West- 

I minster. 

i A policeman wi- -• ' •'■ 'he depot, 

and Mrs. Da Costa, the oroth<;r-in- 

l:.\\ andthe Httlc girl all went up to 

iiucrvlew Chief : Bradshaw. , At the. 

,: police station the. woman produced.^ 

papers which clearly showed her right 

to the posaeseldn of the yoilngstei- 

i ami Chief Bradshaw said he could not 

I interfere with her. He warned the 

I brother-in-law that he had better not 

I molest Mrs. Da Costa and that set- 

iled the matter. 

It had evidently been Mrs. Da 
CMsta';- intenti()n to go south from 
.N, V. vvestmlnster, but. on finding 
tiiai tlie law was on her side and that 
.she, liad nothing -to fefir from remain- 
mg she decided to go back to Van- 
couver. Hhe will probably go to San 
Francisco In a few days. 



CHICAGO, AUR....:.-'The wheat trade 
lipforo the cloae was coupled with. 
ll(iuidtttlon of holders and con.siderubli) 
short selling by ii group of" houses, hui>- 
.UUijVd to Uttve or.lp.H from big local 
bear operatoi-.-i. The (r'«ne was already, 
tired out with the- -load which it Jiixd 
carried all day and this short selling 
forced bottom ciuotallons from which 
there was a very' Httlc recovery- hi-t)i»- 
last trades. The trade was well .sup- 
plied with bearish news nt the atuM. 
Ulverpool carno off two pence over the 
holidays on . the other side and closed 
iA» low<sr. Cables roported heavy. Bus-. 

slan shipments, larger M.a..nliobtt amL 

Danublan offerings and the foreigners 
were considerably InlUienced by tli-« 
break at Winnipeg. There was an 
c.\ i reiftfi^weiikhess In HUii iliailirt ' 1,hl» 
niorplng. a drop of October from »1^03>i 
on yesterday's close to a .shade under 
$1.01 dvulng the morning. Minneapolis 
*ud Dujuth show,' ! >..;,vin,.«s and Uc- 



Siock- 
Alberta Can. Oil . . 
.\nier.-Cam»<)lan (.ill ... .I4>,i 

Can. Northwest Oil .... .. .:h) 

Alberta Coal and Coke.. .112 .'M 

liiainoiid Vale C. and t'., .08 
International O. and C. ' ' .62 .6.4 

Koval CoHb-rleH .^_,„;1,...._._ .21 - .2S 

1 >oip.ljjtQn Tru-st Co. .... 95.00 

,Crl. '.Wi-st Permanent . . . 1 ;!0.(m) 
rucific VVhalliig ...... M.OO 

Paciric AVhaling pfd. ... 71.00 

Hte'wart" \,ax\<X HO. 00 

.'<. A. Scrip 625.00 700.00 

lieirr Kiver ^'anyon .... .. .13 

I J lacier Creek. .13 .. 

O. K. Fraction . . .16 

Portland Canal .32 Vi .34 

Mewart.M. andD..'. ... 2.50 3.35 
.N'uKgct' (lold^ ...... I ... 1.15 

I^asquetl •'.-> — ' .14 

Uaniblor Cariboo .20 .Jii 

'VancouTar Stock Salca. 

5«(;_^r^n-tlHn<l CHriHl Hi ;i». 

1000 l>Bsfiuctl Mines at -.i*:!. 
200 Red Cjirt nt 11.43; rjon at I . t ?. ' 
IttOO American Canadian 'Hi at .14' 
1 OOTT al=-l^^ 7 

M ONTKSAIi STOCKS. 



EUOT, Uinited 



STOCK AND BOND BROKERS 

Members of Yictoriii, Vancouver and Spokaae Stock Excha'nges. 



INSIDE PROPERTY 

60 X 1 20, ft., close to Douglas, on View Street.— The cheapest 

buy in Victoria.--- , .,■ . 

50 ft.", well situated on Douglas Street.— Inqinfe. 

Fort Street.— lliroc .t^n.od'huys. / 

Stewart.— .A very cheap lot o,, Seventh .Street. Small cash 
" payment and balance munthly. - ' j- 

Oak 'Bay.— -V charming residence, rlo.se to the sea, standmp in 

an acre of cnltivatcd ground. .X'othing chcapPT in Oak Day. 

Jfii.otx-) ca.sh will handle this, balance at i)er cent. 

/ , : 

Phones 2470 and 2471 1122 Government St., Victoria, B.C. 



Wlient— 

^-.ept. .... 

HCT 

-Miiv .... 

I'orn — ' 
•Sept.' .... 

t)ec 

May 

Oats— 
Sept. . . . . 
Dec. ... 
May 

roiU — 

.Sept 

.Ian. , . • . . • • . 

Lard— 

.^ppt. • ■ 

Oct. 

.'^hort a lbs — 

Sept. T ' 

Oct. . 10.3 



Open. III.- 
102 10:; 



103 


»* 


101 'k 


107 

I. " 


»* 


i\'% 

...;% 


t.' 


A. 


> hH^. 


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'*. 


63% 



1 'I.I ■» 
107 Vi 



107 '4 



. 37 »i 
. .IS " 

. 40H 

.LM.rjii 

.17.96 



11. 5J 

11.42 



37Mi 
3S?i 
40-, 

21.S-2 
.1«.00 

J 1.60, 
11.45. 



U.uo 



82 

59*4 
Oil* 

37%- 
40 »4 

21. ij 

17.90. 

11.52 
11.40 

• 1,40 
10. -jO 



(. I'uriiiMhed by 
.Stock — 



F. W. 



AmSi; ASD*stos r;TT7. ; . 

. do pfd 

Bell Telephone 

Can. Cotis. Rubber' , . 

-rf©-i- — irfd -• . i .-. .'i;^ •--^». . 
T>ettolt' United ......... 

Dom. Iron, and Steel pf<l, 

I.>om. Textile . . 

oo pfd .,' 

Halifax^'f rainway ..... . 

lUittolfl fraction pfil 



tevenaoii.. (St.. L'o.> 
Bid, Asked. 
; ; 1 *"% 



62% lAke -of Woods 

SO ' do ' pfd 

61% XAureniiae— PSper . 

Max. Light and Power 

"seirha^em. TC6tto?iCo. 4^ ..;.". 

Mont. Lt. and Power . . 



00 . 
1 OS 

50Ti 
Till '■. 



117ti 
129>,i 



I 



T4Vk 



..37-i, 

«%; 

•J1.57 

17.00 

11.-60 
11:45 

! 1.50 
11. OU 



Ogllvie .Mlg. Co. 

do pfd 

Ottawa Lt. and'Power . 

Penmans . pfd. 

Quebec Knilways 

Rl.o rie .lanlero Tram 
Shawnlgan \V. and P 
Tpronto Uallway.-* ... 
Can. Cement 

do pfd . 



126 " 
ll'S'i 

54^ 



1 lo 

1 S«4 

7 0»,4 



94',i 

no 

iVr' 



120 
!>0 

no'i 

1 •_' .' 

7 5 
1 J5 
l-JCVa 

i:;7 



in 

1 .1 ,-. ' 
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so 



^ COLD STORAGE 

UCOLrSTOIlUGE 8 ICE CO. 

Victoria, B. C. 

Goods received at all hours. Expert attcntio.n__ 
o-ivcn. Consiernmcnts solicited 



Telephone 2282 



P. e.- Box 875. 



PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 

BOuasT Asro soiiD oh 
comcisBioir 



m \ 

I 



R. D. MacLachlan 

Idaniber Vl.torla Stockbrokars' 
Association. 

Board of Trad* liulldlng. 

Phona 2105. . 



Phone 2358. 1122 Govt. SL 

Oldham & Matterson 

Members Victoria Stockbrokers" 

Aaaoclatlon. 

• 1 








TO SEWT. 

. 1 a mcs- Bg>K -^-=— - - 

rOS SAZ.E. 

KiRlit-rooni liuii.si- with largo 

' erardcn, .St. Charlua street 

One. Hundred acres, Kfeqairaalt dis- 
trict. $20 per acre. 


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4 



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AMALGAMATED 

DEVELOPMENT 

COMPANY 



Better Than We Said! 



HEW 70KX STOCK MAaXET. 

(Kuriiiaiied by K. V>\ felevfnson- & Co. ) | 
.NKW YOriK. .\UB. J.— More favorable 
crop n««.s particularly with regard to 
corn was the i)rline jfadur in causing 
a better feellnt: in the stock market to- 
day. Liquidation during tbo early trad- 
ing was not as pronounced as bereto- 
fore and the iradloR an tbe decllna ben 
came dull with tb^ result when abort 
covtrins started offerings. , w^re. rela- 
tively llBbt and advancea easily re- 
corded. Tbe absence of a satisfactory 
explanation with regard to the heavy 
.selling. of the Hawley Isaiiea yesterday 
did njucU- ta.w.aid uudcrmtnlng confi- 
dence! biit tbe r.acl that ibt; (ssues went 
veil supported loda.v bad an aaaurlng 
cfTect on ibe gemral market. 

Closing 



KEW YOXK cot^rojr. 



(Furnished by 

Option- 
Jan. 

I'eb. . . - 
Marcb . 
Ma.,' ; . . 
Aug. . . . 
Si^pt. . . . 

OcTT-^r;:? 
Nov. ... 

Dec. ... 



K. , W. .vieycnson & '.'O 
0|M'n. High. Low. Close. 



.13.6" 






.IS.fil 
. l.l.S.'i 

► 13.>5 

!tV.69 



13.6S 
13-70 
is, 3 8 
14.SS 

lt.70 

18.70 



to 

1 5.1)5 
1.1.49 
15.25 
14.08 
ia.58 

i.rri4 

13. 15 



i:i.4« 

i:'..i7 

13.52 
13.54 
15.2S 
14.13 
13.65 
13.55 
13.53 



Phone 2456 



P.O. Box 793 



Wanted 

Great \\'or,x. Porm.^nrnt 

Loan ci n Hnd B. stm'k 

Pacific W hailng, preferred. 



WACiHORN, 

GwVnn&Co 



M2TAX. MAmXETS. 



I iStock — , ■ 
{ Anial. Copper 
I .\in. Car Kdy, 

A' 



HiKli- 
6* • 
45 
lODli 
55 



The fplknvin; 
party which w< w 
Katnlla Oil l-'iehJ:, 



' iin \ ancuiiver on liie 



d \e.sl <.'('( 
JOlh in-t 



a \ 



1 1 .ji ii.,..Al v.- i<ct;4y-A>Ji^ *.».i t lie 
to itispect our oil wells at the 



TELEGRAM 



Kci 



A. 



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\ aiicouvcr, 1' 

(_V\vin, 

iS llastinj;^ ^ 
\ ancoiu'tT, 



!\ a I alia, 



A'Utbka. |ul\- Jw). 



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pfd ,.'... 

' Atii ' ''t. Oil ;. 

j .\m-! !.."■... ...... •''[■ 'i 

I .\invr. .-111.-;', , . . '■ • 
j .\nKr. jsugai 
j .\nter. Tel. . 

1 .\nacoTida '^^ '< 

' .\ilanlic Co;i'<t .... li'T 

! Atchison. 96'!-< 

; I!, and O 105''i 

i 13. a. T. 7r, 

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Low. 
SO 
43 
109 
54>.>, 
3.2*4 
82 U 
15^ 
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■122U 
, 3 1 ■ 
2i '-i 

. 127 



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123W 



III 

27 -H 
122 i/i, 



Looked 
scnted. 



( I 



1 nd 1 h roe a re more than ,reprc- 



Thi.s slock can be purchased.l>v iK.lder.-^in' ixorilu 
lificate Qf Uxchiuige for $1 per slmrc. Others 



ni .ind I iiternal mnal Cor 



can 111! 



h-r 



<; 



per '-liare, jiar 



v;ihic 



AULD, GAji^IN & McCLARTY 

Telephone 4327 
518 HasttlMS St., W., Vancouver, B. C. 




ISTQ 



C. .ii,,l .-. 

IV jinUr<;. Wv. . 
do ■ pfd 

> ,1 nd . 5r^v. . 

V . Mi-«nid St. r 
Cent. Leather . 
C. F. and I, .. ■ 
Colo. Southern 

t"on. Oa» 

Corn Products 
P. and " 
l>. and 

l,>l,'^tlllt ■ - • - . 
lOrU. 

.{'> IH pl'd 

Cell. Rlec,— Tfi-V. 
(it. Nor. Ore ". 
(Jt. Nor. pfd . . 
IlUnolB Cent. . 

Iiitt'r-M'U 

Int. I'iiper .... 
I tit. Ptilnp . . ■ ■ 
Iowa Cent. ... 
L. and N. .... 
.Mc\. Cent 
M. s. v.. .- 
M. K. and I 
MisHonri r.ii- 
Nat., Lead 
>f. Y. Ccni 
N. Y. O. an 
N. and W. 
Nor. Pacific . 
I'Hclfic CortKt 
racllb^ Mall . 
PennHvl. Ry. 
People's Oaa 
rrcssed fetecl 
Heading . . 

do is pfd 
<Ftcp. Steel . . . 
Kock Inland 
,sios8 Steel . 
(.^outhorn Par. 
Tnnn. (.'fipper 
T<>XH,s J'ac. . 
Third. Ave. . 
■r. a. L. .a:nd_W. , vr;\. 

Twin City . ■. 

Union I'ar 

r. S. Steel 

do pfd 

It Jib Copper ..... ci ',4, 



2(1 1; 

40 

1 41 »» 

nsw 

2»'* 
25% 

123 
13'. 



Bid 
63 Tk 
4 4% 

55 

3« V* 

6« 
117 
131.^ 

:iSU 
107 

103 '4 

'lS6'9 

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London copper close: .Spots, 55-10-0, 
up 2-6. sales 200 tons. Futures, 68-2-6, 

unchanK«<l. 

London silver. 21 5-U. New York sil- 
ver. 5218. Me.\lcan (lollara, 4 4 cents. 

Standard copper, n2.U7J% -9 12,20: 
■ Tin, $33.45(tn.37r,. 
:-. Lead. <4.47%. 

bpeltet. »5.00©S.05. 



N.B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association 

Room 16, Mahon Block 



Stockbrokers and rinanclal Afents, 
▼ancoover. 

Dealers In GovernTiient, Jrunlrtpal. 
itiULway. Trii.st and other debentures. 

Stork.s on l.,ondon. New Yo: k, iMon- 
tre.al and Toronto Kxchaingea bought and 
eold en Commission. ' 

MLN'ING SHAKES . .: . 
funds Invested for' ntejus on Morl- 
g ti g I. b ami I ' i i : s t a t e. 



THE LOCAL MARKETS 



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2.T.'A 
50 



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r««d>(urti. 

Bran. p*r 100 Ihf 

Shorts, p«r 100 1V« 

Mlddllnn, P<T 100 lbs 

Oats, per 100 lbs 

Feed Wiipat, P<"r 100 lbs 

Crushed Outs, p<"r 100 lbs. .. 

Barlty, pt-r 100 lbs •••••• 

CtUShPrt Uarlry, per 100 lbs. .. 

j.map reed, per 100' lbs. 

Whol'; Corn, per 100 lbs 

Crarked Corn, per 100 lbs... 
iTeed, Conimeal, pci^-1-ftO lbs. . , 
HtLi-, VraJttr Rlv«r. per ton .. 
lUy, pvaJrla .j ■ • • • 

EMS— 

Kresti Istand. ppr r1n»»n 

Easitrn Ks«». pef <lo»«n .... 

Cliees* — 

Canii<Ji«n. per lb •••« 

Ntufrhstel, t«ch ..< 

' Cresm. local. tacU « 

l('iti»r — 

Albrrtx. per lb. 

Best I->alry 



13S1, 
52->* 
12i 



i:; 1 
2T'i! 

L'Sli 



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lit' 



123V4 

I :'T 



:t9?i 

115 

Klfi 

27 ^ 
122U 



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'112V4 



2!>.\ 

'.. 1 _;i 57 % 

10T%' H'2 
22% 21 »i 



57 T4 



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n% 


10 U 


:;o«4 


,26 ' 




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44 01. 


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34 


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" 61 


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■181,4 



\ irKinla Cbein, 

iki pfd . 
Wiibasb 

do pfd . , 
\Vent. Cnlon 
Wi'sllnKb'^nsi' 
WL-seonsIri Com 

Money .on call. 1 per cinl. 

Total aalew, fl7n,5nn sbBre.«<. 

^- -. . -♦ , . 

8POKAKE MlinifO STOCKS. 



(Kliniialied by !•'. \V. .•.i(evfii5<..n . ^- c,,.) 
Hl'OKANiO, WhhIi., Auk. 2.-- Todny'H 
plo«lns; iild pilrea were: . Alameda, :!; 
n r.~Ci>)iiier, 4r)0: can. t;on, S. and H., 
(Wi, Copper liinK, 5-14. ; Gertie, 1; Oranby 
Sniflter. no; llmiinihij? Htrd, 7%: Inlei- 
ndtlonnl (". and C, .02; Idaho S. and U. 
:-*. Lucky Uftlumol, .4»4;,,Oom Paul, 3; 



, Vlclorln Cre»vni-'r. per lb..., 
^ jrowUliiin <ri-«itiftry. per lb.... 

JOj, Comoi Crtsniery, per lb 

-1 I Bait bprlD« Is. Cr*«m»r». Ik.. 
' ■' ' Flour. 

ri - > IToiisehnld, a hnn .... 
l.uki- Mf thfi Wooil's, a baff.... 

UoyftI Standard, a bag 

Wird rtose, per »a«;k 

Robin Hood. P'-r »«<"k 

(^alKury. a bSK -. . - 

Snowflake, a ban; 

Drifted Rnow, per sn. k 

Threee Star, per »o<k 

■M,:rr-t'i J-Ieat, rvr bsiK 

Mmis. 

Beef. p»r lb. ........_... ^..^ 

Mutton, per lb .;...,...".• 

Mullun. AuHtrsUan ..«••••«•• 
[Veal, dressed, vev lb •••«».•• 

' ac'H-. dri »».>J. per JK .j 

: (."bicki'ns. per lb 

; ChlfUcns. ptr lb,, live wslfht. 

Ducks, drvssvd, per lb 

! Iltims, p»r lb. 

I Pork ,.,.,., 

I rrelU 

I Firs, tsble. p»r lb. 

j Lemons, pvr dosnti 

Or»n»(\s, Naval , . . ■ . 

I Bsnaiiss \« 

I Appl"». J lbs .' 

Asparajius. (local) 

Green P<>as, 2 lbs. 

IttpliiHiii, \ ll'S 

1 AppUs, per IVOX ........... 

Crape Fruit, (Cat) ......... 

Orape fruli (Florida) 

Btrawtit-irUs, fr liox 

Trc^taoiAs. 

Galons, • lbs Tor 

Bectn, per ib. • 

Carrots, per lb 

Unloiis (Austiallnn) 3 lbs, . 
TomainfS (Flcrl.lo), per lb. 
A"Htrh.ilc..s. (01oli»j. earh... 
Artichokes, Jerusalem, IW ... 

Parsley, per bunch 

Celery, ppr bunch 

Cuilltlilir-is 

New I'.ilalpes, 8 lbs. ....... 

Cauliflower, each 

Cabbage, new, per 11> 

Lettuce, • head •? 

Carltc. Dsr lb 



1 IS 
1 4S 
1,70 
1,46 
3,10 
1,66 
1.50 
1 SO 
1.60 
l.«6 . 
1.96 
1.90 
24,00 925.00 

tt.oo 

.40 
•** 
.%% 

.le 
.11 

.11 

.tlO I* 

,41 

.41 

.40 

«» 

» 1 90 

1,90 
1,90 
1,S5 
1.95 
1.90 
Mi,<> 
1 75 
1.7fi 
1 «5 



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STEWART 

.Stewart la nnw a bu.sy little > ity. Tbe nortlicrn temilntiB of t(3Ur- 
lines of steamships. The undoubted terminus of a transcontinental 
r "ilroad Th^ "entre of a rich and rapidly devoloplng minms ; dis- 
trict with a steadily Uicrcasing population. ytowart \"\^ ''.t 'i -i 
.splendid field for investment at present prices. 

i STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 

. Rooms 9, 10 and It Board of Tr.ide 

4 I I I s I I t t t 1 ^^^s.^»*^*» ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 






A SNAP! 



FIVE ACRES ON GDRGE WATERFRONT 

This property was being held at $' . • ' jj;. 

fcretl for a (luick ,-,-i',c .i; 

$1100 PER ACRE-5(1100 —. 



N. B. MAYSMITH & Company, Ltd. 

\ii.li,,Ti limlilln 



Phone ISOO. 



Mahon Hiuldlns;, 



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F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

Members Chitcago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 



14.16 Mahon Bldf. 



1114 Government Stree 



- ORDERS I"..\KCUTEI) ON AEL EXCHANGES 

Dealers in Local Stocks. Municipal, Government. Railway, 
Trust and All Other Debentures 

Private 'Wires to Chicago, New York, Boston, Montreal 



NOTICE 



m. w., 



Se. 



Jte 0»pt, Hdward Bcrkler. 

.-—,.-,-- _ _ oeeeed. 

All persons ImVing claims apuhi!.! tbp. 
< plntc "of t'tiplHln Krtwnrd Hark|p>. U. 
X ..di'CORHPd, lut<^ of Woslbolmo, M. C. 
nro ffiinircd to s^nd purtlctilurs', (lul^. 
verified tbPr«^Mf to Mepfsrf. Crca.so Si 
ITrfRKC, r)2l Fort stntpt, VIotorlH, H. C, 
on or lieforc tli(5 Slat day of August, 
1910. 

p'ntod i!i>"30tli day of .luly, A. T). 1910 

(SlKIlfvll 

CiKOl'-KKKY hlAltKAUmSTON, 

Kxecutor. 



DISSOLUTION OF Part- 
nership 



TAKIO NOTICK (bat tbo partncrisbl 



:i 



heretofore exI.otliiK between l''rc<lorl 
.1 nine und iph(Hp-Tf«MH«v< -t*4wlitt«-*<i...iia4.l 
Hnd tent m«kipr» ttntMr the firm nanio of 
1.". Jeno Rnd Brotber, at No, &70 .Iobn«on 
Htrewt, bM l>««n aUBDlVod- by mntunl 
.onscnt n« from tbe Jttltb day of .Hin.\ 
T.MO, tbe sabl Pblllp Jetino letlring 
from tbe flrm. 

All Ilebllltlee of tbo firm will be met 
by F. .reune wjio Ih conthitilhn the bu«l- 
neea B.nd »!! moneye, owlnff to th« lat« 
nrni «fe to be paid to tbe said K. .lenne. 

Dated this 25th day of ,.luly. 19-K). , 



NOTICE 



In llie K.'^liiU- or TbomsiW H. Tow«rs, 

Itilo oC Victoria, , British Columbia, 

IiPCf!i.<ied, intextnte. 

All persons bavins claims R(j«l»*t the 
d'ccfij.xed arc rennested to send i»»,ftie- 
titars tbcreof. duly verified to the un- 
dor.ilRiicd on or before tbe 1st day of 
Scntcmber, 1010. after which d«i« tho 
HdniinlstrrttriK will, procewd to Oliitrlbutw 
tilt" txKsotR .iif tho deceaeed anionK tUe 
por.'tona entitled thereto hmvlng r«f*rii 
only to tlic, eltilms of w-hlch jh5i,,.U»«r- 
niv« nolle*,'. 

Dateil this 29th day of July. 1»10. 

• ^ ^innn^ m. Tf)WKRa, 

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teresting, and alone well worth 
the monthly subscription. 



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W«diM«d«y, AuBust 3, 1910. 



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CtJt»U3nXJ> ADVERTjItiINO, RATES 

One c»i»' s word each Insertion; 10 per 
cent, dltrcount for rIk or more coniecutlv* 
ln»ertlom — ctmh With order. >'o a(lverll»«>- 
m*nt accepted, tor l«iti tJuvn W cent*. 
bu«ln«M and Pr©t»«i»li^ual Cttrds— of lOur 
line* or undur — ll.OU jjvr wui-it. 
No ai*erti»ement chttrtf.;a oil account for 
!•■■ than 12.00 

Phono No. 11. 



BUSINESS DIRECTOaV 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



KMri>OYMK>iT MIIRKAU 



1/ 



f 



THB , JAi'ANKSfc C3EN«3KAU CO.NTnAC 
Co., Md., 1017 Slorv St. V. O. Bi*t 
388. All kliidM ot conlract and labor supply. 



w 



riNU OM, 1709 OOV'T ST. PHONE 2». 



AKCIUTECTS 



GBIFFlTir; H. a 
Govoniimnt Ki.' 



ARk-'HITECT, 
^hono HStf. 



1006 



HOOp'kK, THO.N1AB', ' AUCHITKCT— IN 
pracUce tii B.C. for lA-iiity-tlve 'Vcari 



i'lani' and BpiiclflcuilonB lurnlBln-d oil ii,iiVll- 
cttllon. OfHcK, 6 SliiHTB Hlock, I'hoiiB liiiT. 



AHCIUTKCT— 6 ANJL) 7 
fc'lve Hlatera llluoli. TuJ: Uea., U-70i; 
Office, 1167. • ' , '■ 



J^ACLURt.-, «.. 



AslifB lui'l rubbish rrmoyi'd 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY I cONDENSED AD VERTISING | CONDENSED ADVERTISIN Q 



SCAVENfJlNO 



E. 



UNKH— VAUDS 
dencft 42S Cook 



" CLBAN13D. RE8I- 
St. Phon« 17»a. 



VlCTt ) 111 .A. HCAV ISNU ING 
18'Jfl Ufevi-rntin-'nl atruut. 



CO.. OFFICK 
i>KonHi 66*. 



1709 GOVT 



HBLI> WANTBB — MAL» 

BOY WANTKU — APri.Y VICTOHIA 
PlunibliiK Co., 71+ VaK'a alrcet^ 



V\7A.\'TKU--FOUKTU CUAliS KNGINKKH, 
VV -it\sM wwk. Apply Box 8&. Colonlgi. 



UHfc) ul:hi"s 
piano moving van* 



PADOKU FUKNlTUUE AND 
i'Uono HiS- Offlca 



L 



7 3D Pandora. 



STOkAGK and WAREIIO V81NO 



(il>AIHM AND tJI.AZINO 



N Ol'' (il.AHS — 

iimtlc. oTiiiinu-ntal.. 
Uaded, oltf. Tho AUfruaa Co., .WVl-j.„yi^^'"yri 

Birc^li-,.. ■ - ■ '. 1 . , •-..-- ■ ' ■■ ' 



I.1VKRY DK.SCUIPTION 
!i i'lttlo. Bhioi. prlani 



H^HUWAUE 



1>U]OH. K. U. & CO.— HAHDWARK AND 
agTlpultural Implemonta. Corner ot 
JohnHon and OovornjUKnt. Sta. " , 



G 



BliWOOD AVATICl.VS.. ARCHITECT— 

Hooin 18 Kivo Siatcra Block, VlciorUi. 

B. .U .- X«Wl*UMua,:,,,ymcp_^iy»i_Jgc«J^ync«^ 

u-i»i)«. ■ _f . ■■ : . 

- --^-j^^ OKASM - ,__ 



W. CH1SH01..M &. CO., -MANtlKACTCU- 
era ot loudtd art "KTHae. See ua befOf«i 
placing your ..rd.-r. y;.>i;iUrtnit a aptclaily, 
i'houi; SlifiS. SOS i-'ur' Blruo.1.. 



s. 



A. 



V. KOV. OVER THIKTV YKAHH 
experlcni-is 111 Art GliiBS J^fnd.d 
llKhta for i-.hurohL'B. Bchools and private 
dwvlllnKB. Worka and aloru tM Yatea tit. 
Pho.iij 1,9 4. • • 



AV'TOMOBII.KS 



rpilVnicKMAN TYU; JIAHDWARii: CO.— 
X Lid. lion. MtfPl, hardware, cutlery, 30 

MOTELS ANIf^KKSTAUKANTS 

ATrNf:ilM.\>rT"ii6iiN , hoI-kL. Niavv 

building, cormr Uroud and JohnBMi 
BiriT-t', Vu-i.Mlu. Mudi-rn officios ' itnd fur- 
nlsbfd roouiB. ■ ' ' ; ^ ; 

G^ALIFORNIa" llOTEU 19 JOHNSON ST. 
TlT\rry fitted" up from =BiJltfiin to tnp, 
good accomnuid.ilk>n,- oporllne ealhry, rom- 
prlBlns lin-Blzid photon ot all tlm noted 
Bpori'B and athli-ti-H up to tho pnsi-nt day. 
Uar aiHa>8 suppli.d with beat (foods. Thos. 
L. McMaiiUB, proprietor. . -—__ 



II. 



H IJYHN, 1S02-4 WHAUI'' ST.. 
of Val.»; ooinnilBalon. Btofage. 
houBlng, nianwraitur.>r« uijimt and 
No. 10. Phqni- asH,, I'. O. U o.x. jOH. 




V^TOR:vUia''ANV~WAK15UpUSlNO---19^U0U 
to f..«t ot lloor apace. Apply W. W. Dun- 
,Cil.n.Ji35 



yftt,«. P. a Box 179. city. 



W'-ANTUU-BY KfclTlHHU HOl4;)lEU .AND 
>V wlfv, . Knisllali. eruployinvnl ^\"""'; 
loKfther or ..•parately. "»'''"*«,'^""1'.'),„ ,7 
boardhiK, rooming houaA or hotel. k.^'' J'- 
.UKod at bartindlnif or a« Indoor man-»- i- 
vant ui.d cook, houdckoppr In private fa n- 
llv. K)LCfll.nt..,rctcrtjn<ia h.-rc and 111 van- 
c/uv«r, Apply A. C. Mltchell-lnnca. HM 

ifurdctte awnmi. • . 

CIKUIT yOL'NU MAN WANTED, OVKP 
20 yoar»: an c)lr,.'llent opcnlntc for 



TO RENT 



rno iiKNT f;ou onk year, five acreh 

X all caliivateU and an s-rooin hoUBu 
and outbuUdlrigB y:in .■■ lli«> VllkcrBon road. 
Apply K. (Jrubb, UM'J Uroad BtrrcL 

1 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



WAMTEIV— ROOM ANU BOARD 

Ai<TED— ROOM AND BOARD BV 

' lady and two children, ncor wnt>fr- 
front preferred. Afcply Hox 77. Colonist, 
• ttttliig tfrms, etc. 



ni> KENT— A FRUIT RANCU KIVE 

uillca from city; up-to-date, modern 

house, bam, chlckenhouse and other bulld- 

Iokb; 20 acres with fruit of ov«ry descrlp- 

Apply Box ■IS, I'olonlHl. 



II 



rnO' LET -ilBOO FEET, OK FLOOR BI'ACE 
1. giound fjoor, centrally situated. Ap- 
\\\\y P.O. Box <1M. ■ 



IJIONEKH 
' Ltd.. 
IjlloJle 697. 



TEAS AXD COFFEES 

^JFi'-iiE 



'^ SPlCia MILLS, 



Ltd.. Pembroke street. Victoria. Tele-: 



IIMUIBU, LAKD8, El'C. 



WESTERN MOTOR & SUPPLY COSI- 
pany. R. P. t'l-arU, Miinag«r. Sole 
agents for Huleks. Jirankllns. numbers, 
Cleiiient Talbuta and R.un is... .Slorait,-. sup- 
' piles, tires all sizi-a and makes. Hulk gaso- 
lino and oil. Kcpairs, complete vulcanizing 
plant. HiBh class Uvwy. .Telephone t>»a, or 
K line busy" •1007. """■■ ' ":t..:.,.„„^,-.„.,.. .. 

iiJvOGAtil!; BELIVKKY .^ 



NEW HOTEL BliUNSIJ^iCK.'KtJCEST LO-> 
cation In Victoria, nicely furnished 
rooms at inodeiai>i |irlcc»v .. Wuiikly cati-a. 
All cars pass hotel. Two entrances, corner 
Yates and, Douglas. Phone 317. 



/"IAPT'' C .1 BIlOWN«lG<l. TIMBER 
W lands, " mlo,l»c. Offlco Imperial holel. 
V.O. Bo* 6«3; 



hustler, 
log age, 
pected. 



Apply In own handwriting. 
|iasi experience imd salary 
Apply Box »(!, Colontlit. . 



'glv"- 



\\r ANTED 
A\ chlnu- 
dr»^w Gray, 



— AN APPRENTICE IN M A- 
shop and foundry. Apply An- 
.Maaine Iron Works. 



LIST YOUR BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
us. Warburto'a & Co;, 1006 aovernmont 



ROOM AND BOARD BY 
lady, central and moderate; 
ply "slatitig terms. Box 83, Colonist. 



V^TANTED 
W young 



FROrKRTY FOR BAlK^(C««t.k 



WANXBB'— AU»€ELLANKOU8 



W'A NTED— -MOTO R 
chanloal repairs 



street. 

rno "rent or -f^ft^f^SALB — nice . five 

.L roomi'd cottag<t, b%Jh and electric Ilght_ 
tjtie mi.iuU) from car. • Lot 50x120. 13^; 
Adelaide street. Apply Owner, P.O. Box 



UV WANTED AS J L'NIOU. CLlT^K IN 

-., ii.eroantlle housff. Apply. '" ^o^'" 

liandwrUing. stating .age. '-'"=' "i ' ' ^ "'':'' 

nlst, .*■ . '7 • ■ . ... . 



B 



VNUERTAKINO AJm KMBALM IXO 



^^^^^TCNERAL FURNISHING CO.. 1018 
^t St Tel. 2230, rM. ,2137, 2238, 
"::39. Prompt attention, i-'has. H,a>ward, 
I'res. ; Ai Ha^vward, ^-^g- LJl-'l--"-. ---——- 
J, HANNA.. CNDERTAKER — PAR- 
, , . ■" lora 920 Yates tJU Graduate U. ». 
College, of Embalming. Contractor '»"•*'■ 
Navy Office phono 41)8. Res. phono fiUT al 



IS. 



w. 



■\\fA.NTED — FIRST CLASS BARBER. 

>V none but first rlaKimwd apply- E"'- 



pr 



IMS luuel barber shop. 



WJA. NTED — ONE 
VV every towh 1 



^WJANXEU— CAPi 
VV ..co*er BrltlB 



HASTY DELIVERY SERVICE. PHONE 
907. Kxpress. transfer wagons and 
messengers promptly supplied. filO Cormor- 
ant street. . 

TcTOllIA TRANSFER CO., LTD., TEL- 
ephono 129.. 



BLUE PRINTING AMU .HAPS 



IJRINTa. ANY LENGTH IN ONE PIECE, 
six "ceirta -per— tooir— l-lniljer *and land 
maps. Electric Blue Prints and Wap Co., 

lilK Langley St. 



BO.VrS AND KNOINKS 



VICTORIA BOAT & ENGINE CO- LTD— 
Boats' and launches built; estimates, 
>eP*frs.-"a>sTgim "Sliop. r24 David street. 
W. TJ; 'Buck, nianas- r. P hone 20S. 

~~ BOOKBINUKUS 



rpilB CO.MMERCIAL HOTEL. CORNER 
X Douglas and Cormorant Sts.. opposite 
City WuJl. 'Keivovaied. throughout. Rooms 
second to none In city. ' Bar replete with. 
tUo -t«!ST. "EUTofpcan-plan only. -Po"l- -'oom 
In connectlon7-^.f. Lucas, Prop. Phono 1702. 



MONEY PROI'ERLY INVESTED LEADS 
to fortune. This result may be nt- 



talQcd by purchasing the ,hMt^ loo ?»«al 
the city at The Strand C^fe, ■ . ' 



ifl 



B 



ANIER HOTEL 



AND CAKE— ALL II.N- 
"Xohi«oK"St:~Why -pa^ 
jtt the best f«r les». 



...^..-jaai OJ-tjTlMiyQ 4>''> DKCOKATING 

tTlES & SHARP. CO-NTUaI'TORS FOR 
upholstering, removing and packing, 
carpets cleaned, etc., furniture repaired ana 
polished. 805 Fort St. Phone 21-49. 



^,... „..,.Bh Columbia. jvjth stap « 
^.l„^...-..yflgh-_PomnilBslon8, wilh J 100 monthly 
advance. Permanent p.isltlun to right nian. 
Jess. n. Smith i;o., Windsor, Ont. _____ 



2ivkblJBSALE DBV_ OOODSi 



TURNER-BEETON CO.. LTD.. WHOLE- 
saTir"crTV-g3)0d«, impoirtcrs and -rtsiknata^:-- 
turers mens furnishings, tents. ".'Btg ^I'V" ' 
brand, shirts, overalls. Mall orders attended. 



RELIABLE MAN IN 
to take orders, for best 
lusloin mad.r-elothes In Canada. Highest 
lommisslon. Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., aoron- 
10. oni. _,_ : '_ 




LET— ROOMS AND' OKKUE APPLY 
to 710 Fort street, near Douglas St^ 

"itEN'^r^^AR'aErTlODBlirr OFFl CE.'j. 
with hot and rold water, otearn heat, 
electric light. -UBS .Johnson Ktrcet. . - 



HEPAIHS, ME- 
all sorts and condi- 
tions ot repairs; ' pans turned In brass or 
sfoe.l. A. Dandrldge. genera.l engineer, 
.Blanchard stret-t, ne ar Y. M . C. A. 

YT'TOT:iTn~Li7cKr~Ttj MEET Parties 
VV wishing to purchase land near 0. T. 

r' RfUw^iy, "ii4 roron lst. • ' . ■ . _ 

c7!vrAN W k N TS ■ f ll A RG E OF STVl A L I . 

rooming house; will go out of city. 

.\pply Box 49, (.olunlst. Refirences tx- 

ehungeri. .• 

.Three MONTHS' Lt^fAN aF 

business purposes; ample se- 

referunies. Apply Box 2l, Colo- 



IT^OR BALE— SMALL 'ACREAGE OVER- 
• looking Cowlchan Bay, opposite hotel. 
A splendid location for fishing and shooting 
box; Easy terms. For price and parllcu- 
ijirs. P.tX Bpx .7 86. ^ .,^ 

l,^OR SALE— 100x200 FEET, BANFH". WILL 
X^ sell or trade for acreage or lot In Vic- 
toria. 977 Cofonlst. 

fi^OR KALE, ON gl.'EEN'B AVBNUK— Lo' 
X^ UOxliO, one block from Douglas str»«i, 
price »1,800; $600 cash, balance on* year. 
Apply Box 29, Colonis t. 

1~-roir'9ALE'^-|200 'DOWN, BALANCE 1(00 
at flO month buys choice level lot 
near .MUy and Moss street, Fairfield, Room 2. 

715 Yates street. 



rO LET — ItOLSES 



w^ 



WANTED 

V> $100 fo 



READ THIS -FOR 
Burnslde road 



lloll 
Va 



I" 

llie 



8. Uurnsldo 
P.O. 



BALE OFF THE 
close to ■ Portage tultt 
acres at rj*0, a snap, 
greenhouses, Strai* berry 



17 



runty 
nlst. 



anu 



rpd LET — FCRNISIIED COTT.\GE, CLOSli 
X. In, four roonla and bath. Ji!3 month"; 
can give lease. British American Trust Co., 
Ltd.. Br^ud and View streets. 



lll£Li'. WANTED— i"E,\l.\LK 



WANTED— A LADY WA1TKB88 IN 
; RniftTer ■rrBTaurailt, 0110 Johnson 

■street.- - . 



4on ^elp, 550" 
more when jfou can „-. — 
Meals 20c; rooms 250 tind up, ..Bar replete 
with best goods. Joseph Balangno, 5'rop^ 



MAS 



^^.HS. COLOTTIST 
- sQUlped bookblndety. In th 
the tesult Is equaf In proportion 



province; 



BOOT AND 8UGE REPAlKtVtJ 



THE ONLY SHOE MACHIhTES THAT 
have i.rovch Btntsfactory Is the Ch.im- 
plon Made expressly for shoe repairing. 
Try them. Hlbbs. S Oriental Alley, oppo- 
(ite Pan tages. .. ■ ' 

BOTTIvES 



STRAND HOTEL CAFE. JOH.VSON ST.. 
alwajli open. European plan; culalna 

unexcelled; bar best goods; rates, moderate. 
Wright & Faulkner. Phone 1105. 



-UNDER NEW MA^- 
rentral In city. Bus 
meets all steamers ond ^riltis. Graham. It 
Grant, proprletora. PJiejje 4gO. "^ '_ ~~Z'\ 



HOTEI. VICTORIA- 
agemcnt. .Most 



t^TILSON HOTEL, 640-048 TATES ST. 
VV Europ<-an plah; .large nnd airy rooms; 
jiac_iuipplled with best goods. Ted McAvoy, 
proprietor. Phone 1032. 



THE "WILLOWS— THOROUGHLY RENO- 
vated througho'Jt. and equipped In the 
most modern ond up-to-date style, and sup- 
plied with bciit goods. Alex. LIpsk y. prpp. 

JEWKLLKRS. WATCII.M AKEKS. ETC. 

FETClt. 1407 DOUGLAS STREET 
specialty of Enirllsh watch repairing. 

' M , ', , 



WHOLES.\LK WINES AND LIQCOKS 

rfuJ'RNE R-B KBTUSretXr' "LTUtn ' W H A K P 
-X- -St.. Vlctorta^WhotnsalB only, • all ih« 
Te"a:ainri"Tniar^Trf-llqnt>T»r direct Importers. 
Write for lists and prices. 



\"yT.A.NTEDT->i'l'KNUf:V 

W. cjiperieuced. lady 

^pply Island Investment 
of Montreal Chambers. 




JBftllfc 



W'ANTED- 
tt family; no children; 



WOOD AND I TEL 



WrilLSON, E. A.. DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
VV • or mlllwood, wood, bark. etc. Vaay 
foot Jfixigths, }.2.tO-4it!,rpQrd. stove '_«'.''«'-^«. 
$3.00 doubto load. Tii John St. ynone 2073. 



FUEL— TRY A HEAPING DOU- 
■^^ ble load of short cut mill wood, 4e- 
Urverea to any purt "DT city at JS.oo C.O.D. 

by Cameron Lcmb-r To, Ltd I'hone 864. 



/^HEAP 



-\: V^ A.\TJ!:i->- 

> > . ary »3i 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



VANtOLVKK 



A. 



ALL KINDS OF 
Oood prices 
Agency. 1620 Store 



BOTTLES WANTED— 
paid. Victoria Junk 
street.i Phone ^338. 



BlILDKRS AND COXTKACTOnS 



-l.'MtANK B. HUME— CONTRAi:TOR AND 
X* builder. Plahs and^speoKlcatlons pre- 
pared for approval. - Estimates furnished 
on. any class of structure. Offices Cor. Rol- 
and AVe.j and Oxford St.. Pj O. Box tiO. 



UNEY; BROS.. BUILDERS AND CON- 
^J tractors, are prepared to glYe prices on 
all building and jobbing work.^ Phono 679. 
We attend to your order. 



IV 



CO.. LTD.— 

and BulldnrsL 

OfOee 701 Broughton, Phone. 18p8. ,._- — 



JIINTC 



TXTANTED — SCRAP 
VV- zinc, lead, cast 



BRASS. COPPER. 

._, , iron, sacks, bottles, 

rubber; highest tori'^t'«'-P'*ld. Victoria Junk 
Agency, 1620 Store street. Phone 1S3«. 



LANDSCAPE GAKDKNEB 



TA.ME8 SIMPSON. 
O phon« R'1150. 



\\TESTHOLM.E LI 

VV Ccneral Contractors 



\\'1LHAM y. DRYSDALE, CONTRAt7TOR 
\l and builder Is prepared to give prices) 
..11 all building, and lob work. Residences a 
speeialtv. Office 1033 North Park St., Tele- 
phone lat30 2. ■ .- . ■ . ■ '. 

"• CHIROPODY. - 



951 JOHNSON ST. 

^ Expert on all garden 

and orchard details, trees Improved, scale 
removed, greenfly annihilated without In- 
jury to flower, fruit or foliage. Gardens 
kept, contraots taken, roses a speelalty. 

AND8CAPE gTrDENER P R U N I NO 

grafting «nd nil kinds of gardcn--»rork 
skilfully done by day or coptract. p. Mc- 
mlllan. Room 7. 840 Johnson St. Late gar- 
dener to the Marquis of Breadalbane. Tay- 
mouth Castle, Perth, (^Gotland. 

HVEKY AND TKANHFEB 



ALHAMBRA HOTEL— MBg.S. THOMP- 
son & Sons, proprietors; R. D. Thomp- 
son, manager. Corner Carroll and Water 
streets, Vaneouver, B. C. Vancouver's first 
hotel. Situated In the heart ot. the cUy. 
Moderuly equipped tbroughotttr * M|dday 
-hmch a specialty. European plan. Famed 
for good wlilske;y. — — 



CrENBRAL .MAIl'. i HREB IN 
. . »^...,., . no children; must bo fairly 
[f.'od^tOOU., -IBIU Jjid£U_a^.«;>^_«.i^^;__ 

Wa^tSiJ— la5F"6r OENKR'XL heu 
VV for oler«yman» family. Chemainus. 
Apply Rev. S. Ryall, Th* Hollle.s, Victoria. 



HOUSE ..TCJ RE.N'T — NEW, MODEltN, 
K-room house, go.id basement, hpt-air 
lurnaee; large" 'grounds and Btiitil.; ; very 
near car Upe, $30 per month, or wouttt"^xnrgtr 
ior fthc year. Apply 1T28 Oenman strvot, 
near Jubilee hospital. .^. - 



,* ^ttrUSK, SIX ROOMS.. FA IR- 
■oad, -near Edmonton, J2o month. 
Kooni 2, 715 Vates street, _._ . ._ 



I^^UR RENT- 
.ilcid roai 



TF Y..OU WISH -TO IJISI'OSE OF YOl.'lt 
X law or theologv books, drop mo a caul 
and- 1 will call on you. I will be In V'le- 
lorla once a month. Edwin J. lialloway, 
ne.w and old , book store, 782 Granville St., 

V>ancouver. . , "•' 

.A GOOD SECONU-HANU 
will eXT-tiange a' useful sl^ej 
safe for a larger, one. Apply i". R. .Stewart 
(t Co., YateS street. _ . ' 



VY^^^Pi;;^ 



SMALL FARM — SOUTH SAANICH. IH 
miles from. Victoria on main road, it 
seres, pretty six roomed bungalow, recently 
pstptcd Insldu and out. spring water" on 
house, barns, stables, five chicken houses. 
100 fruit trees, 1,000 strawberries, kituhen, 
garden, all small fruits, about six acrjs In 

I oats and peas and seeded down to clover 
and grass. 00 chickens, ducks, three Incu- 

I bators, brooders, good family cow and a 

1 quantity of farm Implements. A gonulns 
(uiiig concern. |2,000 takes Immediate pos- 

'session. Price »7,000, 10 years to pay th* 
balance. Apply J. K. Colonist office. 



\,Y7ANT1.:U-- EXCAVATING, WELL DIG- _ 
V V King and concrete work^ ' . K . Al ex a n ^4- 



ging 
rier, 2u-to Third street 



rptj LET — FURNISHED COTTAGE A'l 
X Cordova Buy. Apply 917 Green street. 



|aa_LET— SBVEN-RtX)M HOUSE, JKSSIF 

Vlctwla Wes t. Apply 722 Front 

stree-t. 



I'RCJ.MI'TLY HANDLED AT 
rates by the Victoria Tratuiler- 
p.hoB»-i;i9— ..OXXlS.*. open ni ght and day. 

OLD MA- 

grandfather 
A. Aaronson, 



BAGGAGE 
current 

Co. , 

ANTED— TO PURCHASE, 
hognny furnliurc, clocks 



clocks.- -vw B#--»ta.ro pa 
86 Johnson street 



etc. 



TO RBNT- 
' niahed 



XX^ANTED— TWENTY LADY DEMON- 

VV strators; good salary lo r'S^ll ,P"J"*"j 
experience not necessary. Apply 30J neni y 
street, Victoria Wrsi, ' l»/tween « and k, 
evenings. 



lelHber 1 
J. Da I by 
hospital. 



-ifY"t 



A CE7tTIFlED NURSE. SAL- 
,-0 month;, to start duiies Sep- 
referericea requited. Apply toj-s . 
secretary Union * Comox Dlstrk". 

I 'umbi'rhtnrl. ,. 

FOH 



-THB^-Trtt-ROGAt »aUS£ FUR 
at- 14S6- Fort street.' for six 
■ ' mber 1st. 



months or one year from 
Phone 24S0; no small ._t" 



.u;^R^ ROO .vu%t^ i^.i/i.x AnK,^ 4Z{L 
__ nslde road, garden and fruit trees. 
Rent Jlii u month. Apply 617 Alpha street 
near tar lln<-_ '~ 



H* 



OL^E TO RENT— 1712 DENMAN ST. 
10 rooms with all modern convenienc- 
es, large garden with flowers and vege- 
tables, twenty-four fruit trees, thirty doUarJi 
per ii ionlli or would leaso for oif^ yt-ar. Ap- 
^.""•"" %'lciorla hotel. " 



\t;ANTED— SCRAP BRASS. COPPER. 
VV zinc,' lead, last IrOn. sacks and all 



RBAL KSTATV 



kinds of bcMlea and rulilfer, 
prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Btore sireol. I'hone 133 B. — 



highest 
Agency. 



cash 
n;;!0' 



.A NTIQUE JKWELERY, DIAMONDS. E.N- 
-O. gravlngs and pictures bought and sold. 
Mrs. A. A. Aaronson. 86 JohnsOn street. 



FO« HALE— MlSCELLANEOLS 



FOR SALE- OFFICE , F1XTLBE5 'AND 
Cary safe. Apply B. Dwigias, Room 
» Moody 3lock. ■ _____ 



TO CARE 
I .,Tht housework; would 

like her lo go u. KanUoops for wl'>t'"y 
Apply 029 Andre,w street, corner James, 
eveiilngs; Victoria West. 



TiLACKBURN BOTE 
Jl3 burn, proprietor. ThI 



E. 1II.A(."K- 

,. -^ - weU-known and 

popular iio'ter Wtlr«j|y rebuilt and refjj^-nlsh- 
t-d is now open to Us patrons. Steam heat, 
fine commodious rooms, rtrst-class dining- 
room, best attention to comfort at guests. 
Amerli-ah plan J1.6U to I2.0U per day. Euro- 
pean plan, lie upwards. 318 Wosiuilnster 
avenue. 



YX'ANTElL-rA NUltSERY 
V V Apply Mrs. " J. 
Adelaide, EsqulniBll, 
II a.m. and 1 pin. 



TTCrVERNTCSS 

11 \rK'«.>n, Mount 
hours ot 



\\rANTED— A GOOD PLAIN ».OOK AND 
VV a housemotd. «8t.t3eorg«'» school, 
ll£i7 Rockland avenue, near Cook street^ 



(COMMERCIAL HOTEL-^CORNER HAST- 
J tngs and Gamble streets. Headquiu ters 
for .mining uad coinmerclal' men. Jtstei \'i 
and upwards. Atkins. Johnson & Stewart, 
■ -proprletoTB. 



J.TJL For- 



LL, CHIROPODIST 906 



Gmtr ENGINEERS AND SCRVEYORS 



O. NOAKES, B. C. LAND Sl'K' '"^" 
C. K..' Room 8, Lee Bulldin;- 
,err?Trtr T e le p h nne-3TTT-P. O. Box r>i 



A. 



VICTORIA TRANSFER CO.. LTD., TEL. 
129. Beat service In the ^slty. 



HTHOOBAPKING 



F. 



O. ALDpUa, C.E.— All klndg of jiUUl- 
englneerliig and surveying undertolian. 
Railroad location and construction a spe- 
cialty. 1107 Langle y street. 

ORE & McGregor- J. HERRICK Mc- 
Gregor. Mgr. Land Surveyor ^ and 
civil engineers. Chancery Chambers. P. O: 
Box 16 2 Tel. AB04. Fort Geo'rgo ofQce, J. 
,. K Templeton, Mgr. 

OBERTSON. A. 1.— BRITISH COLUM- 
blaLand Jjurveyor. 622 Fort street. 
Victoria. 
T9«. 



LITHOGRAPHING. ENGRAVING AND 
Em:boaslng — Nothing X.'n large kn.d 
nothing too small; your stationery Is your 
advance agent; our work Is unequalled west 
of Toronto. The Colonist' 'Printing, and 
Publishing Co.. Ltd 

LOCKSMITHS AND MACHINISTS 
prTFER. " 



\XTANT ED— WOMAN, P1.AIN COOKING 
VV and housework^ family ot two. Good 
salary. 862 t^blon lst. 

\\MNTED— PI ' 
V V' of 'iwo. h 
.\pply P fl. Ho* '■"'' 



TO RENT— FURNISHED NINE ROO.MEp 
mu.iein buiiKulow with 26 acres ot 
■: ■.■*.- etc.-, also use of row 
...i-ndng In September at 

i i:tr— B. — U— Land — and Ui^ 

;■ . l-td. 



I.-^OR SALE — MOTOR LAUNCHt 
. •Gladys" 18 feet long, almos 



\e- 

T 



ui... i ilARMINO HOME. »30. BOX 

983 Colonist. ' 



rno LET— FOUR ROOMED COTTAGE »10 
X Spring Ridge. H. M. Wilson, 014 Cor- 
morant street. ^ . 

rnO LET— VEHN STREET, GOOD I'AMILY 
X house, eight large rooms, also oaMi- 
room.. boxroom. etc. Good basement, one 
block -trom Oak Bay .Uinctlou. Rent |3o 
p.r month. Will lease for term at re- 
duction. Apply Butler's 901 Yates street. 



■ K TOR FA MILT 
kept, good salary. 



HOTEL DO.MINION— WHEN YOU AR- 
rlve at Vancouver take large auto bus 
which win take xou to this hotel free. Our 
service Is the best obtainable at the price. 
American- plan, »1.60, to »200 per day. Auto 
makes one trip dally afouud Stanley. Park. 
F. Baynes, proprietor. 



\\TANTED— GENERAL HBRVANT AT THE 
\V BA'. Orphanage. Hillside Av«, Ajjply 
to the matron beCween 2 and 6 or S.and 8 

p in. ________ 

rpHlRTY MORE SEWING MACHINE OP- 
X erators wanted, electric power ma- 
chines, eight hour day, union wsgea Be- 
ginners taught. Apply Turner Beeton i Co., 
factory cornet of Bastion and Wharf streets 
Victoria. ■ . 



rpO LET— FUR.NISHED CuTTA<iK, 1122 
X Vancouver street." Enquire at Ii;:o 
Vancouver- street. 



In Uitt class condition 
ystk_i.Bay .boat . houa -.^ 



Apply 




"TTtOR SALE—SMALL 
-jc Al bans — K«»r — S^i 



THRI 
almost ntjW- 



splendld work. Suitable tor gasoline or 
othei* light power. Capacity about 50« 
bushels dully. - Cheap for cash Apply 

smit h & Paterson, Koksllah, ii: C, 



tjVJR SALE- NEW CHATHAM FANNING 
X' mill with elevator and bagger. vVill 
s-ll at half price. 'Smith & I'atcrson, Kok- 
sllah. H. C- ' , 



-^-^ 



GARDNER REALTY CO. 

li4H \ate» street 
I'lKiun 1887 

OWNER MUST SELL 
■OtDNEY'— WITHIN 50 YARDS OF SUR- 
^ vey for new car line, live acres first 
class land In cultivation; owner has to raise 
thn money and will —sacrifice for |3a5 acre 
on easy terms. About $600 cash and Ihiee 
years for balance at 6 per-eent. Be quIcV 



S' 



HEWLINGS & CO. 

Broad atr««t. Phone 17«4. 



TPIIE LIGHT tJF OTHER DAYS' IN A 
X prospecli've sense., Acetylene gas 



Haywurd '&. Dods. sole agents for best 
sign ganerutor. i.'all up 1864. 



de- 



SAIL- 



XO LET— FKRNI8WED ROOMS. 



rp.j LET— NICE FyRNiKHED «Ep 
X looms, 9J6 Jbhnson. ' ; 



ROOMS FOR LADY, FURNISHED OR 
unfurnlilhcd, In privali: bmn'i. Apply 
at once, 121.& Cook street. In m orning. 

" ITTlD ROOMS, 
. ms ; board 







tOMKORTABLY , FURM 



optional. 130:1 Stanley 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



DiiNItaTS 



B. C Telephone L-1G47'. P. O. Box 



CARPENTERS. JOINERS. JOBBERS 



CAPITA"L CARPENTER AND JOHBIN'O 
factory, Alfred Jones. All kinds of 
alterations, Jobbing work, 1003 Vancouver 
and Yatss strtitit; ofQco .Rbons). B?01l; Res. 

B799. ' .- l,J^-Sr- 



L. — GENERAL MACHINIST. 

nevr parts of all kinds made In^ Iirasa. 
Copper and steel, or. any Sort- of- metal. Ma- 
chine shop, 169 Government SI. Phone 930. 



LIMBER MANl'FACTrRERS 



PROMPT DELIVERY— ORDERS PLACED 
with Cameron Lumber Co, Ltd.. for 
ium-ber, mouldings, doors, shingles and lath. 
Phono 864. Office 366 Garbally Rd. 



MASSAGE 



CARRl.AGE AND WAGON DEALERS 



MAIVLK, WM.— IMPO-RTER' 
LachlBh buggtcs., traps; 



OF MAC- 

.»^.^„,„,. ,.-„„ ., .--. cannot bo 

beaten for durablllly.-Warehouso 717 John- 
son SI. Phone 182S. 



MRS. BAR8MAN. ELECTRIC LIGHT 
baths; medical massage. 1006 Fort St. 
I'hono B-lS St, '■ 

PITICIANS AND OI'TOMETRIST S 

-oveS" 



I) 



las strii ts 
Office. . 657 



13 HALL, DENTAL SURGEO.V, 
; bl ock, corner. Yates and Doug- 
VTctorltt. H: C TeTephohes-^ 
; Residence, 122. 



DR. H. J. HE.MDERSON. DENTIST. LEE 
building, corner Broad and Johnson 
Sta Phone 2260. Of floe hours: 9.80 a. m. 
to ,6 p. in. Evenings by ^ipolntment. 



WJ F. ERASER, D. M. D.— OFFICE 781 
' • [ T T-.' — r<Ter~'SrT — Uare«e Ha block. Offlca 
hours: 9.30 a. m. to 6 p. tti. 



VTlT^.S-rED— DRElWXAKlNO A^PRENTl- 
\V c68. Apply Mra Angus. 8rd floor 
i^pencf.r's ■ ■ 

WT'ANTED— DRESf^MAKlNG APPHENTl- 
\V cea Apply Miss McMillan, Jrd floor 
Spencers ' ., . ._ ^ 



\X7ANTEi>— MAID FOR GENERAL WORK 
VV at once. ~Pl«limo«klng, small family 
1157 Rockland avenue. ' 



SITUATIONS WA.NTEI>— MALE 



/ CKI^TRAL. Kl.VI 
\.J nlshed front 



LARGE, NEWLY Fl.'R- 
mt roo'w. single or double; 
electric light, bath u.~. teUphon.-. I'rioijs 
very reasonable, 720 FIsguard street, near 
Douglas. , 



TTIOR SALE. CI^IEAP— 2B-FOOT 

Jj boat with 5 h. p. engine. Apply t.) 



F. Francis. Farrvfew ' Greenhou.i. s. 
219, Esquimau rood. 



ph.,h 



not 



SOME VERV 

Albernl. 



Hi u, ■)■; 



LOTS 



IN 



CORNER LOT. 60x132 FEET, 
Main street, with bulldln-i; that 
lenlB at $45 month; terms half '(.■a(jh, bal- 
ance 1, 2 and 3 years. 



17.000: 



SELLl.^tO OUT— BIG 
buggl'S. ^^nK'nns and 



REDUCTIONS - IN 

carts New and 

Lcdlnghani, T':3 Cornior- 



SLM)O0 



» 1 :i n i1 . > 



-CORNER 
SoUthgate 



M.VRCrARET 
street (line 



ANU 

bu«i- 



srcond hai.d. 

ant street. ^ 

^0~HOT'oR tired FEB-f, Ev'eRLAST- 
Ing soles, save money In your shoes ac- 
count. Manufactured In the old country, 
Real lute- Shoes. J2.00 per pair. The Bur- 
rldge Mercantile company,. Dougiaa street 



N^ 



.000 

poetofflce. 



-NINE ACRES Dn'lDED INTC 
62 lots (IVvo minutes from. 



-J.- 



A<'RES, SPROAT LAKE. 40 CHAINt' 
waterfront on lake, .J70 per acre; 
easy terms. Can be divided Into One lots 
for summer cottages. 



160 



MISCELLAi^EOUB, 



FANCi' WORK ON 
your own malevhif. O'rdeiS ta'.ten at 
Tyrner, 817 Fort stre^?!. . 



(^TAMJ'INfJ F^R 

y. a 



NICELY FURNISHED FRONT 

'rooms, Ired and Blttln»room, on Oak 

Bay avenue to let without board.. Apply 



rnwo 

X. To 



is C.Ion-lst, 



rpo' LET --.NICK SUNN y ROOMS. HJELASj 
X -onable rates, Hotel Canada, 1318 Broad 



street. Phone L391. 



PAINTER WANTS WORK. PAINTINtJ 
paperhnnjtlng, kalsomlnlns, etc., 122.1 
FIsguard street. 



1?tNGLISH.MAN, 
-^ ' s'lriss' position 



lent B. 
Colonist. 



WELL EDUCATED. DE- 

at once; married; excel - 

references; take anything, 87 



rpp LV:T— LARGE COMFORTABLIC BED- 
X sitting room, extra bedroom If required. 
Use of kllchen, bath, electric light. quUt, 
pleasant house on car line. Mrs. Walker, 
city limits, Ksquimalt r oad. Phone R1627. 

livTEWLY FURNISilED, AlODEHN SYL- 
i.\ ' vester irooflils. hot water, lilth; etc. cftn- 
trully lot:8t*d. *0 ct^nta nlghi. »10 monthly 
up. 715 Y'ates street. Phone 2 4Ji7.. ' 



LAN1>SCAPE GARDENER- ALL BRANDT 
ches of practical 'and experienced -^gar- 
dening di.me; lawns made, gardens laid out 
by diiy contract. Apply Box 57, colonist. 



WANTED— THREE MONTHS' LOAN OF 
VV »400 for business purposes; ample se- 
curity and references; will . paj"^ per cent 
per m onth. Apply Box 21, Colonist. 

SSMAKXNG. 332 COBURO STREET; 



-r/jrv ACRES, OYSTER RIVER. COMOX, &fl 
IDU acres cultivated; good ,,S-room 
hotise. 'Stable, 
uncx> 6. per «. 



14.500^ 



etc. 
^Tnt. 

POR 
ed; 



Price '|6, 000;' fLOfOO, bal- 



!0 ACRES, PART CLEAR 
small house; near the 



city. 



QO.M.E BARGAINS IN 
►5 . erty. also ranches. 



. INSIDE PROP- 



-jr^ukssj 



DETECTfVTES v 



A P., 648 FORT- 



BLYTII. ._ _ , _____._-_ 
quarter of a ^century's experience. anH" 
m^adj:rn equipment at , your service. Free 
examination. Lenses ground on premises. 
Phone 2269. *. 



Be. DETECTIVE SERVICE, VANCOU- 
• ver. Civil, criminal and commercial 
Investigations R. 8. Baron, Superinten- 
dent. Head office. Rooms 207 and ;:08, Crown 
building, Vancouver. B. C Phons 4202. 
Bloodhound traRers kept. 

ACIFlC DETECTIVE AtiENCY. DOING 

gf-nerai .line criminal and' civil private 

detective work, or will find the. whure- 

qAoutB of any persons " ' ' !:identlty, or 

.adilf. saea" nre"""-unknown ' lovernment 

.street,- phone 2171. 



SlTCATigNS WANTED— FEA.IALK 



... DESIRES POSITION TO UNDER 
raKB "■"management ot apartment house 
or as hohsekeijper to gentlemen. Highest 
references. Apply Box 62. t;olonlsi. 



LADY 
" raK 



CHLMNEY CLEANING 



P.\INTERS AND P APER HA NGERS 

T.-^UANK -MELLOR— PAINTING CON- 
X? trastor, 1126 View street. Phone 1664. 



. backed. 



CLEANING CO.. 
flues, altered and .grates re- 
^hone LI 7 4 4. 



\7' ICTQRIA CKIMNfiY 
V defective 



CLOTHES CLEANING 



GENTS' CLOrHES CLEANED. DYED, 
repaired and presseil; umbrellas and 
paras. .'.s mnUe, repaired and re-covered. 
Guy W. Walker, 708 Johnson St., Just «ast' 
of Uouglaa O'-hone L-1267. ■ 



W'Air CHO.NG — LADIES' AND GENT.S' 
'V dry cleaning, pressing .and" repairing 
on .short notice, 1725 Government street. 
Vict oria, B.C. 

COAL AND WOOD. * 



HENRY lUVERS — PAINTER, GLAZtER, 
.kalsomlntr and papcrhanger, 7 49 Mar- 
ket stret, Victoria. B. C. Estimates cheer- 
fully given on applicaiton. , 



'\X WESTERN 
VV R(i;()m ( 



DETK<'TIVE ASSOtMATION 
Sylvester block, Yates 8t 
commercial ond criminal Investigations, ac- 
counts promptly collectfd, special uudlls, de- 
faulting, etc. All business strictly cootidcn- 
tlal. 'Phone 2487. 



\ATANTED. 
V V kind. 



-IDAILY 
Mrs. C, 



WOK'S OF ANY 

:4« Superior street. 



DE.SIRES PO- 

...^ morning or 

Spanish, ' Box ,5 4, 



"V^OUNO 'ENGLISH LADY 
i sttlon aa dally KOV<|roe8S 
afternoon. FrencH and 

trplonlst. • ■ 

PRACTICAL^ EXPERIENCED MATER 
nlty nuVse wll be open to re-engage^ 
ment frjoin August 7; terms moderate. Ad 
-dresrf 68 t'olonlsl. 



TO LET— FURNlSHED-BOO-Vr. MODERN 
\\iiW house, , breakfast If desired. 321 
Michigan street, ' . , " '' 



i^^URNIS■HED RCf(9M»-..TO -LET, -414 MENr. 
zles street. Two minutes from C.P.R. 



w h ar t. 



ijlA.NC)FORtE LES.SOXS, ,1132 CCSBURG'. 



VIOLIN. FLUTE AXtl HARP— MR. DAN 
Orren (Late Sergt. Soloist, and teach- 
er. Royal Artillery String Band) and. Lon- 
don' concerts, etc. DcBlres pupils. LOUu 
itlchmohd avenue. ' , ■__ 



-p.: 



!JvKER. TEACUKR OF ELO- 
pressloii. ..ncouver 



A. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD. 

:0« Vstes Btrest. Phwas lS*t, 

Qfk ACRES FACING ON MAIN ROAD, 
OU seven miles from cHy. Very cheap. 
t3,200 



4><-\ LOTi! A.T,I260 PER LOT, HIGH. DRY, 
*<VJ fine view, good land. 

SEVENTY ACRES, W'lTH GOOD COT- 
tag'o. stable and chicken house, only 
leven miles from city, good roads, yotJd -w-at- 
er, nice location, cheap $4,000. 



Y7AARM— 34 ACRES. FINEST OF SOIL. 
Jj cleared, under crop, good . house and 
outbuildings, considerable stock, four miles 
from city.. $16,000. good terms. ^^ 



-r^lURNISHED ROOMS TO LET AT 



TrtB 
Poplars one of the most beautifully 
situated rooming houses In Victoria, on cor- 
ner of BellvUle and Government streets, fac-. 
Ing Ernpress liotel and Parliament Buildings. 
Fitted up with ■^Vl modern conveiilences 
Only one minute froin either posiofflce or 
C P.R. Docka ' Large and sunny rooms, best 
of iare and ter tns m oderate. TeJephone No. 
652. Miss 'L.- ,r tireen. Proprietress. 



SBAR.S, 3. — PAINTS, ! SHES 

brushes; specialty . ot wallpaper, ths 
newest patterna Give me a call. Stor.e 
1607 Dougiaa street Phone Rrl0,14. 

HE MELROSE CO.. LTD.; 618 FORT 8T. 
undertake avKry branch of the painting 
and decorating business and guarantee sat- 
isfaction. 



gURT. 



GEO.— DEALER IN ALL.Kl.NDS 

of wood and coal. Delivered to atvy 

part o^ city, at current rates. Phone 828, 

yards. 7.'?5 I'andora. 

C"'! O TO~J. B-'OlRicE TO GET YOUR FALL 
X ordera Wood piled In yard or lot be- 
fore cutting. Measure guarShteed. la Oords 
or over. Tel. 149.-: , ~ 

aVX~* _WALK.ER— WELLINGTON COL- 
Merles Coal, Comox Anthracite Coal, 
Blacksmith's and Nut Coal .specially pre- 
pared Tel, S.l; 1232 QoVdr.nmBnt St, 

Fngha.m. „. „ . 

BROAD St. Coal delivered to iiny par 



PATENTS AND LEGAL 



ROWLAND BRITTALN. ^REGISTERED. 
Attorney. Patents In lall countries. 
Fairfield building, tjpposlte V. O., Vancou- 
ver. 



LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



A. 



t: 



r-lr 



TK^CHERS WANTED. 



\XrANTED_,LAPY 'I'EACHER FOR 

VV Metch.ism iiubllc school, Canadian 



preferred. 

BACHEL 
will be 



< r, • secretary. 



O. F. COUlllT NORTHERN LIGHT. 

NtJ, 5985. ineets nt Foresters' Hall, 

Broad street, 2nd Band 4 th Wednesdays. W. 

F,.Eul,lerton^ aecrtlary. 1^ ^^ fperlnnce. 

OF P., No.|l, EAR WEST LODGE, 

Friday,' K.ftof P. Hall, cor. Douglas 

and Pandora str-;i|fB J I* HmUhrJB^-l»i.,K. 



,. A.TED — APPLICATIONS 

„„ received until the L?.HJ o 

August for the position of first assistant of 

the l.adyamUh public schools: salary »1"0 

will be received until the totb of 



etc. 



- PLUMBING AND GAH nTTlNO . 

OLBfRT^PLUMBINO &" HEATINO CO., 

Ltd For first class workmanship In 

the above Una give us a t.dal. Temporary 
office 765 Broughton' St.. Phone 652. 



POTTERY WARE, ETC. 



SJ&WER PIPE, FIELD TILE, GROUND 
Fire Clay, l^'lower Pots. e t c . B. — C-l 



J. A CO. — OFFICE 120iJ J- ' - Z~"" 



Potitery Co., (l,td.. Cor. Broad' and Pandora 
' Stsf, Victoria, B, C, ., ^_L11 ' • ■ 



»nd S, Box 54 4 

SO.NS oF-ENOlAnD. B.I a. ALEXANDRA 
I Lodge 116 meets 1st and .3rd Wednes- 
Hall. W. .Appleby.. Foul, Bay, 
Crltchloy, Secrst ary, S idney, 



dak ■ y. 
Pr:sl(l- 

n.t,c. 



SONS OF ENGLAND. PItlPB O F ISLAND 
Lodge, A. O. F. Hall, Broad street, 
2nd and 4th Tuesdays. President C. Pom- 
eroy. Victoria West, Secretary, W. Dawson, 
Head Street. Esquimau. 



CJOCIETY 'iFOR THE PREVENTION OF 
to cruellj' to Animals. Office 1218 Broa<l 
street. Phones, Inspector Russel, 1921, seC- 

.retary-L234B. 

CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



Morrison, secretary 

; ' i.X3ir~8BNI O R D I - 

uton public sfthool. 

Duties to commence 



LL FURNISHED ROOMS— AL.SO 

houseke<^plng rooms to loU Electric 
light, bath, hot and cold 813-817 Fort St, 



W"' 



to collecting rents, 
flee. 



'si-E't^rXLIST ■ AT 
Stinson, Fairfield of- 



fNTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AULN- 
X ey %Vm, Walne, manager, '9 Alexander 
street Vancouver, B.C., Phone 6486. If y<|u 
need gosd reliable help you must get them 
tro-m a reliable man whose reputation will 
bear strict Investlga'tionr— - ■ 



Lllyah 



AND FURNITLKE 
repairing, neatly done by P. O. 



THIRTEI^N ACRES. FINE SOIL. NEARLY 
all cleared, nice new house, good out- 
buildings, good orchard, o bargain at JS,j00. 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 

IllI Douglas St. loppoBUe Msrchaals Bank) 

NOT QUITE 



E-UPHOLSTERI.VG 



Ad'dress 1526 Amelia street. 



-T.-^URNLSHED ROOMS, SU GORDON ST.. 
X^ n.'ar Empress hotel . ' 

T 1ST YOUR. BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
XJ us. Wanburlon & Co., 1005 Government 
street. *" 



THE 
St 



PORTLAND ROOMS. 7 



iZ YATES ST. 

,,,t.t ruiinln,; 



EMOVAL NOTICE— B. C, HARDWARE 
Co Ltd.. have, removed their farm Im- 
plements, buggies, wagons, <»ic-. '» '»' 
j^ohnson. street, east of Douglas street. 

■\riCTORlA WINDOW CLEANING CO.. 

V 721 Fort straet. Contraots taken by 

week or month, ^__ 



R^ 



W'A^'TED— I 
vision ol .. ..... 

Salary »70 pee month. - 

after summer vacallan. Apply giving ref 
erence* to the secretai'y board of truslei^s 
Wellington. B.C. * 



.SCHOOL TEACHER 

Bal*ry »50 per 

Apply, to E. Burnett, secretary. 



yi^ANTED— « 
V V Ooldstrei 



FOR 
month. 






\ y^ANTEp— MALB_TBA^^HER EOR J^IOH 



water m each 
2404. 



WANTED— TO BENT. 



\XTANTED,. TO RENT— LARG 
VV house or boarding hoiif 



furnished 
Yates siri-et 



.-.r unfurnished, Room 




school. New 
lions received till 
Lennle. Secretary. 



Westminster, Appllca- 
noon of August 4th. R, 



It I-; V 1 



■ I \ I 1 



<if till" city at current rates. 
Wharf, foot ot Chatham St. 



I'hono 647. 



PAINTER. J, 
and bark 



E. & SONS— COAL. WOOD 
..._ --- - of finest quality at current 
rates. Try our new and specially prepared 
hut coala I'hone 036. Oftlce-iLL..Cormor- 
ant .St. , 



cbEamkriEs and dairies 



DAIUV— CREAMKKY BUTTER, 
crcaii-i, "milk and buttermilk; re« 
lUble for quality and purity, D»,lry .IWO 
Douglas St.. or Phone 188. 



.rr^r; 



'..& 



NTS 



,i,I'.T '■ & CO.— "BAR- 

Real Estate." Invest- 

tlmber and fruit Inn-ds, 016 Fort 8t 

1610. Cable address, "Cuthb^art. , — :_ 



OUTHBEli'. J''-i- 
gains Victoria 
rfients, 
Phone 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS— RRAL E8 
late, loanSi limber, iijines and rentals 



Offlcea 
Victoria. 



te, loansv limber, iiilnes and rentals. 

■Vancouver, New tVentmlnster and 

619 Trou nco Ave^u|r. I'hone 645. 

r univ AT>r» ITin — RF.AL ES- 



duavmen 



KANKY", JO.SEPH — OFFICE 66 Wharf 
str.'et. TAlephone 171. 



\;riCTOKlA TRUCK. 
V Telephone IS. 



AND DRAT CO.^=: 



DYE wonwr" 



Be STEAM DYE WORKB— THE I.AR- 
. i^egt (Jy<>l^g and clenning works |n Jtho 



IJOTTS, HOWARD A. ^— REAL LS- 
late, Financial and Timber agenta In 
business In Victoria for ov*r. t,wenty year* 

"ofHce BTB rsrl "iftTiretr^ — ^—'r^——- 



VETERINABV SCHOOLS 



rpEACHER WANTED (MALE OR KE- 
X male) for the rural school,, Clayoqqot 
district. B. C, Apply 'o James Ilolman,- 
secretarj', Totli^a, B. C 



"\\\\NTEli^^TEA(nIBH FOR BnRGOYN'3 
VV hay school. Salary J60 per rtlonth. Ap- 
ply G. E, Akerman secretary ^ 

' LOST A>D rOUND 



\\7ANTED— Tt3 RENT FOli TWO WE I.:;K S 
VV a furnlshi-d tent in good locality on 
or hear sea beach. Apply PrO. Box .15, 
Vict :.!. _• 



\ A rANTED' TO RENT. COTTAGE WlTl 
VV' little ■ land. suitable for keepln 
• fty Box 43, Colonist. 



ITH 



chickens, elc^ A; 



STUMP.- SULLERS AND ANY TOOLS RE- 
nulred for land clearing, logging etc.. 
Free trial. Prices and terms apply The Du- 
crest Stump PuUar and Tool mahufacturers, 
466 Burnslde road, Victoria B. C, 

ET US SHOW YOU OUR UP-TO-DATK 
method ot lawrf^mower grinding. H. 
M. Wilson. 614 Cormorant St., Market BIdg. 
Phone 1718,, ' .. ' . ■ 

EMOVAL . NOTICli— THOMAS CATTER- 
all bullAr and geneial contractor, has 
removed to »i:i Fort streut. abov* guadra. 
Tel. 820. ___^ 



xS^ 



EVEN-ROOM HOUSE. 

completed, will be finished to »uU P-J'"; 
chaser; 'one minute from car. live m'^n"'^" 
from sea. AH modern conveniences in on., 
of the best residential parts of 'he t.ll>^ 
Lot nicely wooded. ,50x132; price t3,7jQ. 

' JA.MKS 3AY. 

to sea sind cB?- 



-|,-^0UR-R00M A-liTTAOE, 
X In good-'-ffepalr; close 
Easy terraa; price 52,200. 



rpHREE-ROOM COTTAGE, 
X year; good basement; 
eluded; price 11,600. 



, BUILT ONE 
furniture In- 



FOR R^NT 
QIX^ROOM HOUSE, JAMBS 
to DC- month. 



BAT, 



lis. 



■TTtlGHT-ROOM HOUSE. OAK BAY 
JCJ trlst. J30 per month. .^ 



DIS- 



1^ 



iMVE-ROOM COTTAGE, CADBORA BAY 



road, lis per month. 



B' 



j T7VOUR-ROOM COTTAGE. FIFTH STREET, 
^ Ju $12.60 per month. ^ 



r\ KEEN HOUSES— FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 

Vjr long ladders, stepr. meat sate, dog 

houses in stock and made to order. Jones. , A/\A 

capital Carpenter and Jobbing Factory. JOOJ !,%;{, ()()() 

Vancouver and Yates street. ' 



PLUMMER & RIDEOUT 

Rear '^■'"•' Timber nnd ln»iiraneo ngeflls. 



Estate Timber nnd ln»iiraneo 
llCi Broad .Ht. Phone I'iyi. 



POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK 



Tj-^OR SALE -HORSE. BUQQY- AND HAR- 
V: ness in go<vd older. Price »3ao. Apply 



Ca'AJr FRANCMStTO — VETBHINABT XOL- 
to lege- Catalogue mailed tres. Dr. 
Kesne. 1818 Mark^-t street. S.F. 



PER80.VAL 



E 



^- 



TRACK.SELL, ANDERBOlU A: CO.— -REAL 
<-states, , iTmber lofins. rentals, collections, 
Offices; Rcglna. Sask, and A'lcforla, B. C. \ 
Office; 1210 Brond St. Phone 1722. 



IpiITZPATRICK, .THE. GREAT INDIAN 
' herbalist, (for asthma. bronchitis, 
c'ulds, etc) is- ot lOlp, Y'atcs street whero 
he has a full supply o? mcdict.ne. Anyone 
suffering fronr"a«nitiia;"'«l«TlTrr"Tall and SBC 
him. . . . 



Bt'MMBB BKftOnrS j 



I"C>ST — (31?^ -PeR.T--STRKETr URTWEEN 
J Blanchard and Vancouver streets 



hlii<;k 

r. nil' 



piii-sn (Containing 1 15. finder plense 
l.i H. Grubh. 1'-'1" Broad street and 
i ':.ward. 



L 



SUK.NA. VISTA HOTEL. COWlfRAT^BAV 
under new management, good boating, 
l)nthlnK and fishing. Hotel carriage ine.its 
tratfis at Co-wlchon station. For.tertns apply 
T. L Forrest, Corfleld P-i O., B. C, - 



I ON SA'i ' ' ' ' NIGHT BE- 

iween Mcintosh s boathoUse anil Oak 
Bav. black Russia leather jtockelEouk- 
Finder pleus e return to Colonist offli.'". 

-» OST— -PAR<7EL OP LAUNDRY AD- 
J'J dressed to Mrs. R, "P. Butchart, on 
Saanlch road, between Victoria and r-al 
. JnlaL Re ward, at Bpfjtrd of Trade BIdg. 



go«vd 
ijll Harbinger avenuP 



Ir\OR SALB--LU>HT AND HEAVY 
' ■ horses, 4 nnd •& years Old. also a good 
pony.' 3- C. -MeKae. I'.ntlnfr. p. P., .Snanlch. 



w^^^;!,:. 



-\>Q\\ SALE— ONK-YRAR;-pLI) 
X -riymoiithrockB and Rhode 



Vaoz uujtliJy-;*ood — J » y ers, 
Ulcardo, Suratogit avenue. 



. »l 
O.iU 



'WAT HEAs 
.e-gtlng 'PTCi : 

HENS 
Islands, 
each. Mrs 
Bay, 



PROPERTY FOR SALE 



/-\NB At.-RE IN LOT 113. WHICH AD- 
yJ ■joins Albernl townslte. J3S0. easy 



terms, 
lots In 



Compan 
the same. 



this with 
Apply P. 



the price of 
M , Colonl.li. 



P 



8AILMAKKIM? 



province. ' Country orders soUcUed; 
SOO, J. C. Renfrew, proprletoj- 



Tel. 



AUL'S'STF.AM DYE WORKS— 318 FORT 
.., vi'i, I lean, pres^ ani\ re] 

garments equal 



P 

ladles' and genlWinen s 
new. Phone 624. 



street. Wc clean, presj^ ani\ repair 



T7ir^"HIA~'sTEAM DYE WORKS, S44 
V For' street; telerihone 717. Ladles 

' cleaned or rtytd. 



nnd 



.for' street; 
Genllenien's giirments 



JEUN® & BRO.. SAILMAICi.:i{.';. TENTSJ 
awnings, camp furnlt;. \ irehoug* 
670 Johnson St. Phone 795. ' 

STENCIL AND SEAL ENORAVINO 



GENERAL ENGRAVER AND STENCIL 
Cutter, Geo. Crowtlyer, 13 .Whft.ri St,, 



SAN'D AND OBAVEL 



B 



Ucl-CLANU PARK, WEST PKNDKR ISL- 
„.wi u„i4vidi< siimnier resort, a few 
Hales :tLT)(r -pw day:- - -Vh 



gtipsls taken. 
Grfirimpr, 



DERRAVAR^>Sr«H 
voud, large garden 
ed. near s«a. On 
Ote. Phone L72(l. 



EHQlilMALT^ ROAD, 

beautifully Kllunt- 

ca,r line. Teinis modcr- 



-jr .BH'F_«.U«CH_ ..OF KEYS. FINDER 
XJ pU-ase return to Coloftlst. Box 62 ,Re-^ 



waCTl. 

T^SrRO WRI-)— FJtOM O RjglNAL PtIRCH'- 
X> aser. volumes 3 and iS, translation of 
Guy jde AUitipassaint, Edition do Luxe, bound 
itr bTtir.-epmiimt owTve* wishes Xa complete 
s<\U Will holder kindly notify Colonist Box 
988, _ -_. 



ROOM AND BOARD. 



1, tOR S 
iipif 



.,ALK— HORSE, HUGOY AND HAIt- 
'8T"rn 'S!oon""ofd?rr~'Prlce $360, Apply 



041 Harbinger avenue. 



ITIOR, SALE— MARE. GQOD DR 
. liendersoli, 7i>2 Topaz nveniie 



tVKU, ii. 



-IJUIR .SALE— JERSEY Bl.ILL, FOUR 
JJ years old. P. Vogelnrtr, Royal Oak, 



-:i^:iUR_ aALE=::XHRKE 
X; cowk Apply H. I 
off CriUgflower rottcl. 



FREHlf CALVED 
.1 allies, (""arrle St.. 



,"^OR SALE, ON YOUR OAVN TLUM:^, 
ftne new home on half acre gronnil 
one lot from Shoal#Bay be,ich. Ir'''' »".'' 
particulars from "rT. Manning. Munday s 
shoo Tgttrre., O ovi;rnrnc.nt. stre.yt. , . _ 

"" SALEt-TKN ■ ACHES. 

$2,000; Ave acres, 
CoriuUlain. $2,000: three, lots, 
tote »;;000. Terms t-Oll cash. 



lAOH 

X> Island, 



GA.MBlEri 
D. L. lin, 
Fairfield Ks- 
balance $3tiO 
quarterly Apply 0«ner, Room 2, Sylvester 
ItooniB, 1 16 Vates street. 



Kings 
suit. 



MODERN NEWLY BUILT 
rortm house and large lot 
road; terms $600 cash, balance 



on 
to 



most dcslrablu 
purchaser. 



BUYS A LARGE. NEW HVJUSE^ 
It on a " 
locality. 



S3, ^ 50 "bull t "on" a large lot In 



on ' terms to suit 



ffi^i |W\n WILL PURCHASE A LOT 
9^1, ''MU size 50x130, on Queens avenue. 



rloB.. to city park; terms e.isy 
.vour properly. 



We can sell 



F 



noil Tale, yates street, lot, 

three bloeU.M from Douglns, M.""" 

.i.inrter cash ILnis- and two lots. Ldgt;- 

"e , ,n •|'era-«'o..d road, $!<.r.n.V: $r,00 .ash, 

llultmee $r,» month. , Apply Owner, Room 

'. Svlvesler Rooms, 71,'> Trnles ^ ^ 



TO LET— HOUSEKEEPINO. ROO.\I8 



AP 



BUSINESS CHANCES 



C. SAi'ID-A. dRAVEL C'oT— ^JTOOT OiH 
JWhnson f5t. Tel, 1388. Washed ^nd 
graded saHiT;?'T!TttVT^- ft»r-*«r««cxe_jjturk, T>p-^ 
liverid by tram or on Scows at Rp"yal Bay. 



B. 



KLECTBICIANH' 

F 



U KI.KCTRIC HIP PLIES 



OOT * TUSON. ELECTMICAL, CON- 

traclors. Motor h.)nti'. gasoline engines. 

one A-144ft. 736 Fort .'il. ^ 

& HAVWUOIX 72S Y/.TES 
all kinds of suppllea 

Advertise in THE COLONIST 



HAWKINS 
St., Kleclrlrlnns; 



ri'Mn-; unkham-hcott sand & ouavel 

J Ci)., 63.1 Yates .Ht.— Hcreeneil snnil niul 

gravel, graded; broken rock, l.lar k noil, etc. 
i'hunes: .Office,. 004; Mnuager, :il&3i_Plts, 
L-IS61. - _,^___^ 

SHORTHAND 



\\^■^■^■T^''.D 

■VV ■ MsheTl 
C BSfUl 

w 

v.nt 



-Pautnhkhhip in kstab- 

real estate business hy suo- 
hsnian of eonsUlerable experlenc<<. 

( . ..if,nl»(-! 



/^ tJOI) 
VT 



l.MS 



ROtXM 
Voting men, 



AND BOARD ^^bii.'i'WC 
1039 I'andora street, phone 



::S:iz^:-.'z^:ji= 



(.»>MP ': 

rr. r.rns. 
*'.'a p 



1 1 , , r HE A'P— LA-UXHMXni.._:J.J 

Price $600, thre.» year leilse, 

r month. Room 2, 716 Yalt-s 



KHOnTHANl) SCIiriDL-llO'J HKOAU ST." 
VIeiorla. Shorthand. Tvpewrltlng, 
Wookl'eej.lng, T.-f.'grii'pliy ihorouRhl.v taught. 
UraduMi.s fill gend position*,' IE. A. ■Nfac 
i mlilan, principal. 



I)ID OPENIlsia FljR A SOBER IN- 

nstrloiis -rn«fk.i»inlth and woodworker, 
ni <vly bnlH sh..ii will" he r.'Ul.d to th- ri.sht 
piiraon. For lurUier pnrllctilnrs apply to L* 
(). Detners, ririlwood, Oak Uell J'ark. 

LfJT ON 

20 triangle 

Gov't BL 



S' 



I'T'j'^OR SALE— LAUNDRY AND 

I Slnicoe Btr.-et, block 29, 
jiihape.. PrlbB »3,"e». Apply 



■fTOLLlBS— 76« - COURTNEY (LATE 

IX Hue) Tel. L1K1S Room and^ board. 
I'erinii moderate, Miss Hall. 



-PROPKJVl'* WANTI5I>- 



-i«y7ANTED— A LOT IN 
VV hood of Itiirnsld 



eiisy terins. 
Yates Btrei' 



THE NEIGHBOR 
lond. Cheap and 
Applv liarmHii & Appleton, 6.14 



a-^O LET --UNFURNISHED liOOM.S. 
. . p(y M.-iiiU.hurst. 11)37 Blam^Brd^ 

mo "let- iicnisEK Ev:Pi?v'a ! rooms, w* 

X Vancouve'r" BTTijet, : -■'' ,^.^ :..1^.^;l^::u..:^^ 

TJUm " r"eNT— TWO FRONT FURNISHED 
Jj housekeeping rooms, one as bed-sllllng 



■ 4 rUETTY TWO-ACRE KESIDENt^E IN 
A Vernon, B. C, .'HV HkM. >vttlcr and 
,«.wer: fruit trees. Will sell »t.,, ""•^:",,,."'^ 
exehimge for Victoria property, Albert 

M ti 11 c k I on , Ke-h4lng. B: C 

Xf^Cm SALE — HOTEL CONTAINING 
r eight rooms; a good paying business; 
license paid six months In advance. Price 
$000. Apply Box «76, Victoria. ^ 



8ylves(,er Block. Koom One, 711 iaies Slreel 

<IP1 OnA--«ALF AtniB CLOSE IN, GaOV> 
JmlZUv view with good surroundings, 
(."n e ■ I h I ri frgah. hnlanco seven per cent. 

lilGHT ROOM BUNGALOW 

with all modern cohv*nl«hces, 

|r"lo»e to car Itn... ""dlj-rfectlynew with out 

houses and H aprs" -oT-gtrod -sMI: - "PW* -wUJ- 

fiSl last long and If you wish to PUf«jhMO 

1 your own honfo at your own price a«t quIoK- 

I "r- ____«,-, , ' 

1 Sor AA— BUYS SIX ROOM HOUBE AND 

I 9(»OOUU two good tots on Hulloa •tr»ct 

on easy terma ■ 



I S3900- 





i 

;) 

j 


: 



\ ■! 



FOR SALE— FIFTY MILES 



... riOOD '^^^•VJ.^^/^^iV^tallwariral;;!^ AVENUE-ONE OF- TJtlJWKr- 
LvJ froiU-Vlctorl^-Pn *t, .*f,»^' „ V? ,i~r Ti It „„„_..-, .« k» h<u4 4>n . tbta. UttC«itl_Aa. 

to clear, Close t.o «'>«t.,>?>*J.?«':./',T...'.? .it, ^^^y'ilne'^n'!^ h'^^tTor tJrt^llMriifi^ 

school 



grts cooker, sink hot 
bath, $4 week. Barnes 



room, other kitchen 
and cold water, elc. 

834 Courtney street. __.'.. " .,.■ ' 

LETV^NICELY ' FURNISHED' ROC^'. 
"Ccnltallv^ located, all rliodern conveni- 
ences". "reie (niV>we,7iti ^: "Ap ply !r 44 ;F Ort nt - - ^ 

^iTet-^-furnlsh-ed HOUHEKEBP- 
Ing rooms, 819 Pandora avenue. 



T^ 



school and churches. Will C"t UP to sijlt 
purchiser from ten acrsii up, land i{*JolRln« 
held twice the price I am asklrffc AJjo 
good aeventy-flve acre larro, as a Kolng 
"oncerns, can ghoW flftiMm per cent on 
l;;r.;^v ^vested • it you mean buslneiss 
;?rTtrfoS»'tl*ut*r*' fJo agent, need apply 
Box 968 Cfolonj*'' 



THE CAPITAL CiXY.BEAtTY 

, COMPANV. 

Real Bstmt* Unangtal aiaj >>MwgiW, aif»»t> 



W^ANTKD ACRHAOB — HOtlStfl AND 
VV lot or Iwo vacant lots ofi easy t-.-rms. 
Box 30. <'olf>ftliit. 



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\\7A.NTEI) — Ti.> , EXCIl AN(J.fc' 
VV Improved Haanlch protierly 
property Phohs U2319. 1020 
Oak Bay. 



U-.. A-t-:U.KH 
for Victoria 
Hullon St. 



T 

TO I 
-J^-lr; 



LKT -... HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
•ply furnished, large grounds, near 
fountain nno florge ronrt. Phone R1807, 



I TNFUHNLSIIKU lIOUBEKEBPINa ROOMS 

U 92^ North Park street. _ 



Subscribe for THE COLONISf 



ISOR SALE— O^Jfe THTOCK H'ROM TATl- 
•^ liamenrilttilltrfr; on Oovernmept street, 
house attd lot; lot «4xl05; house has »lx 
ISir -»»»nntt- foundation. Urne M<»«m*»^t 
with cement floor, fnrnare and all mod- 

ance ona to •«»«» y«»r» at t p«r cent. 
Apply BoJt W, Coionlat. 






m 

la only ■ • ^ „^ 



ON 



rock and nice and hhrht for tw» f«k|'« tllJy 
Ve caa deJJy<:r this.at IMOO. «» wfif Wt 

TBtORt- STREET, ,BBfWB«N VjSB^^ 
X; ver and Quadra atreeL lot _JUHn|».- 

Uver thia « »1».S0<» Thl« l» MWJJI «••• 
.jBhewer thun any piroperty oft «J1«. J^» 

.«i .eloao-' I,B. ..... -...-.-..--j ^ rr^fj^^n^Y^f^f^rier- 



-mt" 



SHAW£EALESTATt^L, 

m^ ITMMI «»*rt, - ¥iili(|^» - 



k «ii||iyitt«4l PArkAfl« lot, aHMtylf ji^n 



•»« ti«. 



i i.iiii > ^ iiii in ii n y 



KOfM i«», ^^wq^y^B?.^^ i :ra ' . ' LiJ.::::"-: j^.".m ' 'i ??B ^ga 



Sfa»^..^,^•."4tl 



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Widntaday, Auauct 3, 1910. 



7 

VtCTOItlA DAILY COLONIST 



19 



XQNDENSED AaVERTISING 

KBAX t-STATE— (CoBt.» 



ROYAL REALTY CO. 

Ponvryanccr und .\olai* I'utilU: 
(IS Fo. I Street \icioi-lii, B. f. 



$3,200 

$;^.80o^ 



-SKW; FIViS ROOMS, 
■ trget. ^:^.....:,^_^/._ s ,^.,^-_^_ 

NKSvT'.SlX ROOMS, PENDER 
gnst str(-«t. 



SUTUKJ 



$:1600 



-XKVV, ^:iGHT 

inotul road. 



ROO 



MS; ttlCM- 



♦^♦„;||-.*» •*-♦_♦. ♦_-♦:*■ ■•-♦♦♦♦.♦<* 



Births Marriages, Deaths t 



♦•- 



WUAV — July 3lHt. Hi Sfin -John' street. 
Anna., wldaw . uX, lhe-_-l,ale WiUla.111 
Wiiiy, Khi\,. J. P. of Oak Park. Co. 
I)otiPK:al. IrcUiiid. an<l eldest daughter 
Df the laii- Capt. Itoberl .lohnston, 
fiitli reij. e|;(|r. 1")., t,. -JriPr=Brook Hill, 
(.'o. Leitij,m,~^i-eian3r *"T~^ ■ 
1<\ineral strltrtVy '.private. ' 



I. O. O F. 



$^5,3()0~'ohir^ 



ter rottd. 



KOO&IS. MAN- 



.200 



-N'KW,- HKVEN 
rhcater road. 



ROOMS, MAN- 



$.) qOr;— NHW; FOfR ROOMS, .KING g 
<-<,0.c) roiirl, • ■ " '•-' — ,"--~-T"-^-~°— "' - 

i»Q (-{."CA — ^KAV\ FIVK ROOMS'.' KSQfl- 



$2,200 



-NF.W, FIVE 
(Ictto a.venui'-.' 



$2,250: 



-NEW. 
. Ba.v. 



FOUR ROOM?. .JAM E£ 



A 



LL -DIESB PROrEnTIES— -tr*^! »K- 

handlcd with a siiial! cash rnvm-n 



A 



GITY OF VICTORIA 

A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to -the City Hall. 



IV 



TKs avrmsMB oovbt or 

SmXTXSX COXilTKBXA. 



FUITESAI. JfOTICB. 

Somlclon Ijodg-e No. 4, I. O- 



In llie Matter of Iteelstered Plan No. 

SISA of the SubdlvlKlon of the 

, N^Wiiiicly- pprllon of Lot 466, Group 

/ i. Ca.sstar Dlatrlct, boliiK part of tluj 

TowiiBlto of Stewart, and In the 

Matter of the band Ueglstry Act unJ 

Anic-iidlng Acts: 

NO'IMCE 1h Ijeretiy Blvenlliat l)y an or- 
di;r made hiuelii oii the L'Hlli .June,' 1910, by 
i llie Honorable the c:lilttf Justice, H \\a» 
ordi»ri!<l that Iho above 
Sli>A .sliall. ba amended bu 
In JJU«tiUa 13, li'i, II), IV, no. 2\, 22, 23 



NOTICE 

The Woodworkers, 

Limited 



O. T. 



'file off ifprs and nicinhen? 'of I>omlii- 
{on bodgo No., 4. 1. O. jt). 1<'., are hereby 
rcquostpd to niepi at tli.e. liall. J'ouK'as, 
•sti"eet, at ".i p. ni.. Th'uraday. 4th Au- 
gust, for the purpOHo of attendlnR ' the 
Xuneral of our Ifi'te Brother l>e"nard i 
CouHlns.""!'*.' O.. VIslt'lnR- TTiemhei-s axi44^. 
hr o ttixT-s—frorn— rrtht? i — to dTn?s--arp~rilSTr~ tu' 

vlied t o. atten d. •_ ... _ _. 

■ r; GdNKASON; N. G. 



in j3iw*^i\» lo, I ,j, I 'J, LI, -V. -I,.--, ...^ 
and -4 thereon .diall be numbered ^ lo 
12 from West to ICaSt on the SoulJe.n 
sld« of 'feach Block, and 13 to 'H 'also 



from West tp Eaat' on tlio Northern 
side of t-ach Blccls unles.s cause bo 
shown t'o the cotitr^iry wltliln ten dny.s 
after the publlculion of notice of tlia 
:iald CJnler In tlic- N'ictorla Dally Colon- 
Isl neu.sp.ipt'r and 'the Prince Itupeil 
Empire n4\vsi)apiT for 30 dnya. 
ZmULcd this aiUh^JAy Of June,_A. JX, 



Have thelf new factory on DouBlaa 
street iilmost (■■ompl>Hi>d. and It \» the 
l.iC8t of Its klrnJ on the Canadl,an 
coast. Thev ni.iinifiu-ture evervthing 
mentioned Planil" Uie HuUdlni; Trade tnuntels^how- 
thal tho lots <.aHCS, store, IjaiiR and otrlce rixtures. 
They ca'n turn out 300 doors and "TOO 
vvii'idowa per day. DcImU^ work given 
spe'ciul ut^ifntlon. They liaridle all 
kind.s of rou(;h ' and dresised lumber, 
iHth, HlUiigleM, and tiave a large .slock 
of hardwood on hand. Their dry kiln 
M>-i3tein has all" life" fiilest In'iprovc-' 
nients. - Architects and builders nrn 
ln\ited to call and Inspect the plant 
and prove for- theinselve.s that -the 
above Btatemcnis are correct. • 



1910. 



CREASE & CREA.SE. 

6'Jl Fort Ft.. Victoria. B. r 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monunienta, Tablets. Granite 
Copings, etc., at iowe.it prices 
consiute'ni with firat class stock 
and wi rknianahlp. 

A, STEWART 

Cor. Yates and Blanchnrd Sts. 



Hnllcltors for the .Xpplieanls, 
.Stewart L,and Co., Ltd. 



The 




CA>rcEZ.i.ATioir or kesebte. 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 

tOAII'ANV. I. 111. 
Cornrr lirunU Bnil View .Slrcel*. 



'\7'lCTORVA WE.'TT— FINE WATERFRONT 
V lot with wharf. Police $17. .'.00. 

1.j^ORT .STREET— FtU.I. LOT, INCOME 
-1 prnduchtg, $15.o00.- 

/ CORNER— 30x1 ;;0 FKEt O.N MONTREAL 
v-> street. This will become valuaVile 
■»a.rolioiisf propTly In the near future; S- 
moin housf now on property. Price $6,000: 

f a«y t<?rm». . . 



SOOXE IiAW D DISTBIOT. 

District of Sook*. 

j TAKE NOTICE Uiat Ada LPKlle Ellis. 

I married woman. Intends to apply for 
perml£!*lon to purchase the;' foll^owlng 
laud aT — -Starting at the' northwest cor- 
ner of lot 112; thejjjce south chains; 
thence 24 chains, more or less", to the 
northwest corner of- lot 113;/ tli^ence 
soutli 40 chains to the southwest cor- 
ner of lot 113; thence west to shore 16 
chains, more or le.«is; thence following 
shore line tg t he ao.utheast corner of 
Tot^TO; 'lTiehc''6 north along the bounda- 
rles~of lots 80 to 93, 6.'> chains, more 
or l5SBT~ttrence-ea8t" 74 chains, more or 
less, to poln-t of cotamencenient. 

"a. I>. ELLIS, 
Per J. Dubois, Agent. 
.\uguat S, 1910. 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO, 

Iloom 7, Mahau Blk. 1111 Goveriunrnt St. 

T*l. Kia. 




^') nnn bi ys i-wm i<-i i,r. sizbd lots 

«Ir—, UUU on Ferriwc 



k'0()d road. 



A VERY SMALL PRICE FOR 
H. «ood Instfln lot at the corner 



$325 '-l .. 

lif Fort and .Mount T&lmle road. 



THA PI R«"H-^^.SES THREE ^..OTS ON, 

Hclnicken Btraet. •. _^ 



SIJOO 

$650 



FOR A LOT 
avenup; this li 



OTN .HILLSIOE 
cheap. . 



BEAPTIFI,!. 
th s 
Bay ^iropoaltlon today 



Lax — OX., 



fip-tOyJ Ladysmlth street; th.e best Jamvs 



=m=' 



SCOTTISH RBAlTY CO. 

lldM>m I. ChsUoner Block. Tatu •tre»t, 
^ D«xl b&nk. Phons 140l. 



NOTICE Is hereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon the lands embraced 
In special Timber Licences No. 20289. 
situated near Secltelf Inlet. New West- 
minster District. Is cancelled, and that 
the said lands will be open for'locatlon; 
under the provisions of the Land Ait, 
at midnight on October 14. 1910. 
ROBERT A. RENWICK, 
Deputy CommlB.'iloner of Lands. 

Lands' Dept.. Victoria, July 14, ISIO. 



SOOKE Z.AITI^ DISTRICT. 



-j i wi .vcRE.S OF ifPT.ENDlU l..\.Nl)- 



frohi •C»Alehan station and 
half a. nillr- from t^owlelian wharf, 4!' 
acres upder rultlvatton; Rood new ;.houB<-; 
Isrite barns: well watered.. Price JlCflOO; 
trrmg arrungpfl. 



•O .\('ftE.S O.N' SO.CTH PENDER IHLANU 



(:)8 



Hiashid and partly cleared; 30 or '40 aereS 
ot nn<» land, nr-arly quartpr of a mile water- 
front; Kood beaoh: good water; splendid 
shoot irts and tlshlng. Price only fS.ooof'-rm 
• any li-rm». 



O/JAfMtES OF GOOD LAND. 
OV/ good water supply. 12 a 
clc^i^ to •tatlon. 



small house, 
42,400. 



.Vtj HOCK 
es 8lash«(l 
Price only 



Dlstrlpt of Sooka. 

TAKE NOTICE that Leone DuborS". 
married woman. Intends to apply for 
perinl^isjon to purcha-se the following 
described landa: C^ominencinisf at the 
nt>rtliwest corner of lot 112; thence east 
40 chains; tlienee north 40 chains, 
thence west 40 chains; thence south 4(' 
chains to point of commencement. 

L.. DUBOIS, 
,.,■;, Per ' !"".bols. Agent. 

, SOOKE I.AI7D DISTRICT. 

District of Sook'e. 
■ ~-i)TICK that I, L. Harrington 
ti \. fntiMid"trt=apply" ffr r-^- -p e r - 

XDlsiilon to purcl jaae ti iC' foUowlns de- 
scribed lands : Commencing at the 
northwest corner of .lot 112; tlicnce 
west' 74 chains, mpre or less, to the 
wcatcm boundary of -lot 93;-. thettcei 
imrth '70 chalnis, more or less, to the 
northea.st Uortti^r Of lot 93; thence east 
64 chains, more or Jess, to the east 
botiTi' d ar y of lot 92;, thence south 30 
chains, more or l^ss. to the southw<?si 
corner of lot 9..'>; thence along the south- 
erly boundary of lot 95, 10 chains, more' 
or less; thence soutb 40 'liliainB to .point 
of commencement. ' " ' ' 'i'v' • 

L. FT. T?LLI.'?, 
Per J. Dubois, Agent. 
August 2. 1910. 
V 



Teachers Wanted 



Applications from teachers with B. C. 
ccrtlflcates will .be received by the un- 
derslgne.1 until Wednesday, August 3, 
,J.?|^^P, for positions on the teaching staff 
Of the Saanlch School Board. ._^ 

WILLIAM CAMPBELL, 

Secry Board of Trustees, 
Koyal Oak, B. C. 



COLEMi 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 



Office and Mill 

2843 Douglas Street. 
— -VICTORIA. 



ATLAS ASSURANCE CO., LTD 

(Established ISOS^ 

Capital and Punds tor security of 
policy holders exceeds$26.000,0 J 

The undersigned has succeeded to th» 
^jgency Of tltLs company fornierly held 
by tlie Stuart llpbelftson Company. Ltd., 
and will (jlve prompt atlcnllnn to all 
communications regurcJinB new busine;-^ 
or aiieratlbna reciulrru oh exl.stlng poli- 
cies. X'lca^e^address all comunlcHtloi,.-) 

to , _ 2'.:r"ri.-irT?-"'^-''^^'^'''"TT, 

.Special A R'ent for "Vancou\er I&land. 

1212 Broad bt.. Victoria, B. C. 

P.- Oi Box-400. .Pljoao JBGO. 



Call and see them, 
pleased to show yuu 
p lant .— 



They will . be- 
through their 



R. McKINNEY, Manager. 




CANCELI-ATION Or RESERVE. 




THE VICTORIA 
TRANSFER CO. 



+ 



NOTKJE Is hereby-given that the Re 
serve existing on crown landa in tlw 
vicinity of Babine.JLaltu.. and situate in 
Casslar District, notice of wlilcb bear- 
ing date. J-une^ 3.0th, IKOS. . was pub- 
lished In the British Columbia Gazette, 
dated July 2nd. 190b. Is cancelled. • - 
ROBERT A. RExMAVIClv, 
Deputy Coirimlssloner of Lands. 

Lands Department, Victoria. B. C, 
June 16th, 1910. 



NOTICE 



in the matter of tne «'state of Blanclie 
Ede, lal« of the City oJ Victoria, B. C. 
7 widow." '^ ■ _ 

All irersons having-' clareis against 



the above estate ar*. reciuested to send 
particulars thereof 'to the uhdertil,?ned 
_^|.9Pj- 0_r-_ber - '■■■-■: t ^i2.„_l._910, after 
"^ which" da I ■ or will proceed to 

distilbute rie a.-«^'u-s of ' the deceased. 
having regard only to the clalrna of 
which hq has notice. V ■ . 
Dated this 21st J.utSr.ilmi 
Victoria, B. C. - ' , ^ 

GEO. A. MpRPHT, , , 

Solicitor for Executor. 



NOTICE 



OF 



Bui 



In the Supreme Coart of Sfritt'sh Co- 
lumbia. 

In tlie idallcr of lUc Estate of K^voy 
Waters. Oeo»a>*p»1. Intestate, 

arid .'^. ,'■ " .__. 

Inr:*h«! W.' ■' the ;OK4elall, Admin Is 

lrntor.>j Act 



Laying Pipes 

Is part of o'.ir bu.sitii-.sis. \Vf'l] lay 
them where we can get at them again 

v.'h"M<'\-»r ilf» neeeiJsniy 

Contract Plumbing 

We do ;i Kreat deal of. If vny liii\ e ;i 
Job that yb'u want done phone us. Our 
estimates cost you nothing. That's f.ilr 
.enough. 

.\, B. — Hend u.s your jcbblng. 



The Colbert Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 

75j Uroughton Street Phone S.'iJ 

Compaales 'Winding Up Act, 1898. 

NOTICE 

\ 

' Final meeting pursuant to Seci; 
to be held at. the office of J. Cr.' Elliott , 
on the 23rd day of August at the hour i 
of 3 p. m. to receive report and aassj 
account of Ll<iuidator of the' Stuart j 
Robertson (Company, Limited. 

-A. STUART ROBERTSON, 
»" ', — ^ Liquidator 

Dated at Victoria, B. C. this 21st d;. ; 
of July, 1910. i 



NOTICE 



Navigable Waters Proteotion Act 
,\ I iTt (_'!:; i.'^ hirebv-. rriven that .Jolm 
Rayinonii-of-t^«r+Hty of Victoria.' BrU.u! 
.JiiU, Columbia. Is ari)plylng to His Excel- 
lency the Governor General of t^anada 
In Council for avipioval of the plans and 



I _U»iV;"'Si;:-ir' ♦cA'TnF*li«'-tO'^ba^..l^^ him Tn Victoria 

H hereby ^glven tfia't™«f Harbor Immediately fronting :Lot562A, 




In tJiC Townsitc of 



■ LEE AND ERASER 1 

Krnl KKlate and Iniiurnnce .Vaents, Troonce 

Avenue. 



'^^y!^^!:^^ ^^^ICoIeman, Alberta 



NOTICE If' 
an order^granted by the Honorable Mr. 
Justice Clement, dated the 2Sth day of 
June. A. D. lait!,.. 1. the- undersigned. 
wa«--appointed -adtninlstrator of the es- 
tate of the above deceased. All parties 
having claims against the said estate 
are requwrted to send particulars of 
same 'to me on or before the 29th day. of 
August. 19UC arid all hfrsotuH Indebted 
to the said estate are required to pay 
such indebteinesB to, me forthwith. 

Dated at Victoria. B. C, this 29th day 

of auiy,< ino. 

r WM, MONTBITH. 

OffH'lai A dmtnl wtrator. - 



descrlptlohs of site, of works propose 1 



r'r 



Block: 41, "Victoria. B. O. -and has de- 
posited tlie said plans and descriptions; 
of site wltlL the Minister of Public 
Works at Ottawa and a duplicate there- j 
of with the Regt^5trRr General of Titles , 
In the Land Registry Office. Victoria, ' 
B. C.. and that the matter of the said 
application will be proceeded with at; 
the expiration of one month from tf\e 
time of the first publication of thla ho- i 
■ tice in the ''Canada Gazettf."' 

PatM, this 26th day -of .luly, 1910. 

. • .'• W. H, LAJsGLEV,. 

111! Government Sifeet. 
Vlctt>rta, B, ( 
. ' .=!ollcltor for Applicant. 



§54500-7] 



\— WILL 
'roomed, 

( nee sirf et. 



PURCHASE A' 
modern house on Clar- 




$1200 

$2500' 
$4000 



-O.N'LY. FOR TWO GOOD LOTS 
on Montreal street. - , 



-FOR A FIVE ROOMED COT- 
tagv. close. In, on Collltison.St. 



,-WlLL BL'V TWO LOTS 
Klngiiton itreel. a good buy. 



OS 



'i-.'li^O ONLY— ! 



-FOR A SEVEN ROOM- 
:igalow on Menzies street. 
ino/I/rn in rvrry rcspe*!. 



$1500 



FOR A I^OT WFJLL SITUATED 
on llarliineer avenue. 



D. McllMTQSH 



rtrni K.KlMlr anil linHmiHl Ac-nl. 

.Malion Hide-, (.ovrrnim-nt Strrrt. \ tctorla 

IJ. t: TelPidi.ine JTIU. 



j(II?Teicent. owners, we 
I will sefl at our salcs-r'oom, 1314 Broad 
1 Street op . 

Friday, Aug. 4, 2 p. m. 

Helcct ami aimost new 

Furniture & Effects 

Dom. Organ, etc. Gas Engine, Gas 
Tank and Propeller. 2 Large Boll 
Tents,' Poles, etc. Also 'in lot next to 
rootris — Horses. Cows, Chickens. Wag- 
ons, Buggies, Harness, etc., and Con- 
tents, of Butcher Shop including Largo 
Ice eldest. Range Scales, Fixtures etc. 
<I''ull partleiilar.s later. 



Situated in Famous 
Crow's Nest Coal 
Fields j„i^ 



I or n 
J Ji.i 



n i.ot.'K 

100; terms. 



4, OSCAR .STREKT 



Maynard & 'Son. 



Auctioneers. 



rn WO LOTS ON ALDER STREET. 60x17 
1 each;' price $300 each. , "^ ,.. ' 



ONE HALF 
strrrt. Jl.OOO. 



Ai'lli; 



Maynard & Son 



Headquarters 0JE '1^ Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



"NOTICE 

Re Capt. Edward Barkley. ,R, N., De- 
ceased. ! 
All persons having clnims against the 
CHtalo of Captain Edward Barkley. R. 
N., deceased, late of •'VVestholme, B. C,, | 
are refiufred to send particulars dulv 
verified thereof to Mes»Bra. Crp' 
Crease, 521 Fort street. Victoria, i 
itm or before 'tlJc -i.xr iia;, of August, | 
-ts-io. -.,..,■'■, 

Dated the 30th day of July, .*;.. t), X910 
(.signed) ' 

CiEbFFREY BARNARDISTOX, 
' .„-, Executor.^ — 




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'1"1i,xi.-,i.;k.s 



HIMKSON SIDDALL & SON 

P P. l»oi 1/7 New nnind Th''atr« Uvjlldlritf 
Tel. I8». 



207 



.\CRES ON SOOKE H-ARBOR, 
plffrty wf -good wal«r, trvaBnlflci»nl 
vlpw of harbor, .»,lra.'l«, and. Olympic moun-, 
tnlns, about one half million feet KoOd tim- 
ber. Property most aultable for sh»ep. hoRs, 
poultry, dairy cattle or orchards Barkley 
bound Railway surveys run within quarter 
mile of eltho- Bide of thl« property. Th ■ 
price' Is tl.tiOO with terms to suit purchaser. 
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HERBERT S.LOTT 

1 . 1 :^ I • liuarLl ul Ti .1.1 



vines; 



1 UOOIVtS. NORTH_PARK STREET 

I 50x140. fruK lre,^B Hivfl ' TloWeiVtiv*.' 

good hen house anrt yard Prli i 



C. ARTHUR REA 

Rc»l Kilttte, Insurance, iloney to Loan, Etc 
Phone 16:i Law Chsmbcrs Bastion Su 

'i.'^AB.M Lands— lMFKOVEi>V~wiLL' KX- 
J- chnng'e good larms In Manitoba for 
ctty property. Several VIctorlfi homes for 
sale, at reasonalila. prices and ternfs. > 



I.AND REOIIWKT ACYf^ 



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..luplirate cerlijlcalc of- title lo Lot Dl 
•rtf "StiM'ot- 6y, Fern'wobd Estate (Map 
■ , \'lciorla City, 

\. . riCE la hereby given that It lis my 
iMi'oilon '*af "ITie explrotlon i.f ohfi' 
month frorp the date of the fliilt publi- 
cation hereof to Isstie a duplicate certi- 
ficate, 'jf t-ltt" lo Kaiti"Tan(l I.M.sued lo 
.lohii David Landfr^ on the ;',lKt day of 
oclidier, inns, jnnil nuinbored 1S!t6l C. 

Land lteKl(<lry Office. i'lctoHftj -'B. C, 

July "- -. I''!" 

.1 r McLt^ol'. 
1-V'puty Jteglfcitrar ''rcnerai. 



Preliminary Notice of , 
Important Sale 
- $12,000 Consignment of 
Magnificent Irish ' T.i-'cns 

;it llic 

Broad Street Hall 

1. 1 ijijx j^^ilc oiir Sales y< ■< 'i ii ) 

■ On dates to be shortly 
announcer] 

', ' iMHlrnct ;. I ■ im '.I. 

r .Murphy, Esri., ol Belfa.st, Jrplan3. 

(wli.i i.s now in tbf? ''Ity,) wp will 'sell' 
at tile above li:*!!, 

.ABSOLUTELY WiTHOUT RESERVE ; 

the- ^^■1l<>lf• of thf' Hbovc t;tta."llKnni/?lit j 
shipped to U8. .Those gotWla will ,' be, 
opened up and on view three 1.4ys le 
fon/ the sale t.ike.«) plac;, thus gtvjnp 

TtTTTtrb P tt^n ie-f^t^ InapticHon. ., • .f _ 

I Special Notice— This Plegant line 

will be.jl>jtl 'inl\- h\ "rubllc .'Vuctlon." 

Full-, particular ap|>««r— rlfttsr. 



Messrs, Stewart Williarris & 
Co.. of Victoria, hayitip been duly 
instructed 1)\ the lntcrnation"aI 

i ' ; i '. ' : ( '".. l.til.. will sell 

Ijy i'ubiic /\ucuon a! \'ictoria, 

1'. (' on Monday and Tuesday,' 

;'. i ,'ii aiui j(,)!ii September. 

1(71(7, til c remainder of the ('in 

|i,,!r. Real.Estau^ li'.ldings.in 

the City nf Coleman, Alberta. ! timber and roRE^TiiY commip- 



NOTICE 

In the matter of the estate of (Mian 

Tong Ork. late of the City of- Vic 

terla, B. C, Merchant: 

All persons h;»vlng . claims against 
Chan TonR-Xlrt^ deceased, are renucsted 
to send' particulars tlVeroof; duly veri- 
fied, • to the und< r.'lKncd, on or befsrv 
the *th day ^of August, 1910. aft'-r 
which date ♦!*♦ executor will proce-^d 
to distribute the aHsets of the deceased 
aiiibng the persons tntitled thereto, 
having' rega;d' only *" tlio elaiins oi 
which .he has notice. " 

Dated this Sth du: i . 1910. 

';■ ' \. lyioulHY, 

victoria, B. c. 

f^ollcltor for llxecutor: 



CAKCELLATION OF B.£»£KV£. 

NOTICE Is, hereby ghen that the lel 
serve existing In crown lands In the 1 
vicinity of Babine Lake; " "fittnatB r~tn^f 
Rangii 5. Co.st rjlstrlct, notice of which j 
was published In the. British Columbia i 
'Jazette.^dated De\;em'ber 17th, ISOS, i.s! 
cancelled in so far as sajdi re.'ierve re- i 
lates to lots numbered 1S19. 1518, 1517, ! 
1516, 1515, 1510. 1507. J50B. I0O6A, 150':.' 
1501, 1502. 1512, 1511, 1505, 1504, 1513,! 
1514, 1509. 1508, 1530, 1527, 1528, 152'J, 
153 W-1 632. -.4.533. 1534, L5A5, .li»ai,-l&3i>^: 
1&36. 1538, 1540, .15iU. 1544, 1543. 1946. > 
"1B46. 1642. '1547, 1548, 154)>, 1550, 1520. ^ 
1621. 1622. 1S23, 1524, 1525, 1526 and I 
1551. • . ' ■ 

RO'BERT A/. REN WICK. 
Deputy CommiHstoiior of Land.-i 

Lands Dtjpartment, Victoria. B. C. 
June 16th, .1910. 



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comprisiiip; some Three Hundred 
clT^ible Tiii'^ine^'; and RrsidcnTiai: 

dn.sti'iai fcnlrr. 



SlllcLHMISON&CO. 

Stswait, B. C, and Piincs 
Rupert, B. C. ' 

Fiscal AfTCiils fiir t'.ie 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

'i he j)ro[i(:rty ot thi^ com- 
pany adjoins that of the 
Stevvart Ivlinint; and Devol- 
npmciit Co. 



in- 



piaii>. 
a[)pl\' 



'. , .md tnll jMi't i^ 
iiiai*.', phf,itoj;vaphs, 
\<) The: .Viictionccr, 



CH.', 



rinal Slttiiicr 

NOTICE Is hereby given Oiat ' final i 

sittings , of the Timber and Forestry | 

Commission will be hchl In tlie Conrt 1 

! Hotisp;^ Victoria, corfirnietrCftTg- . ^Vugyst | 

'.'. next, at the hour of 10:30 iirm. 

.KRKD J. FULTON, Chairmnn. \ 
\'icfo-rln. P.. (•'.. .lulv 2:!. Il'l'e. 



QAKCEX.I.ATION or BESEKTE. 



Stewart Williams 

637 Fort Street, 

DAVIES & SONS 



Nf)TI(r!B Is hereby given t 

r^erve existing upon the lands ii!iiii;n...'<.i 
in special Timber IJIccncCH Nos. 2S062, , 
i '.'8!'tL3Eaiid;„2Mi-'t._JiltMat<*d tn, Uoldstreani 
VictOria,B. G. ' l'I»trlcti l« cuncellodi-iBWHl that the satci 

I lands will be open for location ui'ider i 
— '■ — - ■ " ~ — ~ ! the provlfikins of the Land- Act at mid-: 

' nlsht oh-.Octoboi;.-,iL . IP.1.0,. ' 

ROBERT A. RENVntiK,'- 
Deputy Commissioner of Land." 
I ,B nd a .1) ei).t- , V j.c.t.«^r.' a, A".lY 4<,.. 1 !) 1 • 1 . 



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DUNCAN'S 
WAREHOUSE 



FURNITURE 
CAREFULLY 
. STORED . 



Phone IGOri. 



531 TattB St. 



MAYNARq A 
Aucti(3tl6erE - - 1314 



SON 
Broad 



Street 



l>ver'3T-Z (Wlaeneaff) IM'^hifeetam 

Boap Powder duEtcd in the bath, softer.! 
'**« iratcr uxid ciisitiie«:tii> 4f 



565 



Arc'i'i' i\k1':k.--; 

AND 828 YATES STREET 



To Rent 



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House ;in(l ciittage. rentraj, for haIc, 
I)lrino.<<, s<','iler.<? from Hoe dor.en, betis. 
liareHtf*r-<^hairfi, biiiidH from :;5c and 
lota of other griod.«i. DaviPS & Sons, 
Auctione»r», oK5 and S2S Vati^a street. 



Livery Stabies 

XILt WOOD AWD STOVE WOOD 
FOR SAI.S 

R. DAVERNE. TfilS Douglas St. 

OppoMlto City Hall. 
». OAT£MIS. Tel. >7. 



NOTICE 

Campcr.s ahd ricniccr.s rtfc 
nut - permitted to land on 
Section .f)6. h's(|uim"alt Dis- 
trict, otherwi.se known as 

Rosohaiik. 

June 13th, 1919. 



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Tele 




CABS 

^Do you know' tlmt our giass front carriages arc ^. 

at your disposal at tlie following: ch^irges-: 

FOUR PERSON.S, single hour. .. .^a.OO 

FOUR PERSON'S, an- honr and a half 
or over, at, per hour Sjsl.50 

III four'hoursa party of four can see the principal 
jjoints of interest in the City of Victoria for the 
moderate rharpfe of ,'?6,<X). 



V-ICTORIAS 

If vou wish, we can furnish a Victoria, at 

PP:R HOUR ^'^A)0 

SINGLE HOUR ^:i.50 

These vehicles carry three and 'arc most suitable 
for ladies doing- afternoon calling-. -- : 



TALLY-HO'S 

We Tiave- tlie only six-liorse turnout?! in Victoria. 
Driven by men who have had a life-long experience 
on theXariboo Road and the White Pass & Yukon 
trails. These coaches leave the hotels at half past 
nine for the morning driVe and two o'clock for the 
afternoon. All points of interest are covered and 
those in charge give the passengers a full explana- 
tion of everything that is considered of value to the 
tourist. The drive is about fourteen miles and takes 
from one and a half to two hours. 

The fare is one dollar. 

We have a small Tally- Ho built to carry a party 
of twelve, including the driver. For rates apply at 
the offite. 



FURNITURE TRUCKS 

Furniture moving is an important undertaking. 
We have men who do nothing else. .Our charges 



arc- 



-»Y THE HOUR 



91.50 



With an extra man to help, per hour JjJIiS.UU---:— ; 



BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS 

In this department prompt delivery is.the-hmpWTt- 
ant factor. If yon are catching a steamer or train 
you like to know that your luggage or packages will 
be at the wharf or station in good time to depart 
with you. What is more annoying than search- 
ing for your belongings a minute before your stc?.m- 
er sails or your train pulls out. This is offset by 
our claim cliecks. Our drivers cneck your baggage 
af vOur residence. You present the claim check 
to the baggage-master — show your ticket — he then 
gives you the railway or steamer check and that 
is all.' You then go on your way rejoicing. If we 
cannot attend to your order we will tell. you and 
thus avoid suspense. 



EXPRESS AND GENERAL DRAYAGE 
We have 2y express and delivery wagons. For 
one of these we (iharge — 



PER HOUR 



?i.oo 



. LIVERY 

Better single or double trap.s cannot be found on 
the Pacific coast. 

SINCxLE HORSE AND TRAP— 

Morning 1^2. 50 

Afternoon ^3.00 



TEAMS 

HALF A DAY 95.00 

SATURDAY. SUNDAY and HOLI- 
DAYS, half a day 5157.50 

For long distances. tJic offixe will furnish partic- 
ulars. — , 



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129 



phone 



BOARDERS 

We !)(iard your horse, look after. your trap and 
harnes.s — ^^ "" 

PJ'.R MO.VTH !f;25.00 

Our object is to please our patrons. \\ c are re- 
sponsible to them as to safety or damage done to, 
furniture or goods. Our drivers, we believe, are 
civil and careful and seldom knowingly overcharge 
If by any chance a mistake, occiirs come to the 
office or notify us at once. In other words, gj** u« 
an opportunity to put right anything that diffh|«iilt| 
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Open Day and 



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VICTOBIA COLONIST 



WMinMd«y, M9^^ 3, 1«tO. 



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Every Rug in Our Cur- 
pet Dept. Reduced 



DAVID SPENCER, 




Every Piece of Furniture 
Included in This Sale 



TODAY IS RUG AND CARPET DAY 

Every Rug and Carpet Square in the Store Reduced 

We intend making a clearance of all Rugs and Carpet Squares during our August Sale, but forXODAY 
we are offering you an unlimited va riety to choose from at very special prices indeed. 

Five Bales of Axminster Rugs to Sell ' Today, at $1.50, $2.50 and $3;50 



are in sizes of 2 ft. 3 in. by 4 ft. 6 in. and 3 ft. by 5 ft. 3 in. They are in a large raTTgeuf 
ings and designs, exceptionally good quality, and are W-elljworth making a special trip for. 

Brussels Car pets, by the Yard, Made and Laid, for 90c 

Finest Grades Body Brussels Carpets, very extensive range of dcsi,c:ns and colorings. In fact colors and designs to suit any room in the 
house. Specially marked for August Sale. The.M' [)rices are, made and laid, at, per \ard, from .', 90^ 



Wool and Union Carpet 
-^ Squares 

.50 only, rnar1<ccl at a very low price. 
These con^ie in various sizes and a lar^je 
range of colorings and designs, greens, 
reds, blues and fawns. The price they 
are marked at should clear them out the 
first morning of the sale: 

Size 7 ft. 6 in. x Q ft. Regular S.V7.^- -■'*^»- 
■ gust Sale '- . . . $1.90 

Size 9 ft. X Q ft. Regtdar $4-5o. August 
Sale ....;. S2.f>0 

Si/e ft-^ 10 f^- ''' i"- Rctjular S:;.j;. Au- 
gust Sale .....!^3.90 

Size 9 ft. X 12 ft. , Regular >"aX). August 
Sale '.... ...?4.90 



Axminster Carpet Squares 



The whole stock iM' NxniiM-ir'- S 
,!■ 1 those who are wishing for a 
chas&one of tlioiu. Al.i; • u 



inarc- aw l;c •!!';• nn sale durin:; Xm'^'ii^I. 
iiitiii!! carpc 1 ( Miiiiot do better than pur- 



it dav decorati 



!' 'I!-. 



hey make a splendid 



floor covering for dining aii'l dra\\!ng room. W 
value. 



V iia\ c 



ior 



Size 9x9. Regular $21.00. Sale 

•Size 9 X ' i Regular $36.oo.' Sale . . . 
Size 9 X 10.6. Regular $+2.50. Sale 



$10.00 
J?l«.75 
S^Si.30 



Tapest ry Carpet 
Square s 

We arc placing on ^.Lic: a very 
large variety of these Squares, de- 
signs suitabli redroom-or sma44- 
drawing-room, i-ii; range of designs 
and coloring-^ to select from, in the 

Regular $7.90. August Sale 



9 >'' 9- 
■ Price . 
9 X 10,6. 



9 



Sale Rricc 
X i-\ R< 
Sale Prici 
10.6 X I J 
Sale I'l -. .- 



Regular $12,50. 



?rS.-^. 



1 , ^( I. 



August 

?7.90 

.\uL:u-t 

^14.50 

.\uL:ii'^t 
.S9.00 




Axminster Mugs, Reg. 
$36, for $19.75 



Axminster Rugs in high grade quality and finest weave. Big range bf 
ilc-^iyns aiiU-i-.olorings. The rugs arc very suitable for drawing-room 
an i dining-room. Thick, heavy pile and splendid carpets for hard 
wear.' Only a limited numlxr : ■ ^ i\'- ])rirc. Regular $36.00. 



.\u"aist 




Extension Tables, 
Today, at $24.75 

Extension Tables, built of Solid 
quarter cut oak, finished gold- 
en, in best workmanship. Has 
a splendid flakey top.. August 
Sale 



WiltonCarpetSq'rs,Reg.$35for$28.75 Sideboards Special, 

Today, al $27.75 



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Anion^^^j "■li V> i''' lu. Carpet S.quan -^ w ill be found 
four sizes; quality, color and design to suit almost 
any roorrl in the house. The soft, deep pile of 
these carpets gives a richness that cannot be 

■ found m .ii:\ w'tlicr niakc wi ■ ai;-!-; i lir range, i.s 
large, and no matter what sliadc you may re(|uire, 
you will find one amongst this lot that will suit, 
and every square is marked at a good, substantial 
reduction. They are in seven different sizes, and 
are wonderful value. Size () x :.?, Reeular 
$35.00. August Sale J?28.75 



Sideboards in solid oak, golden fin- 
ish, 2 plate ^drawers, i. full length 
linen drawer. Also full length cup- 
board, swell front, best quality 
T5ritish bevelled plate mirror,-4»as- 
sive standards with top shelf. This 
is a sideboard fit to grace any din- 
ing-room. Special ......927.75 

See Government Street Windows 



Bureaux at $8.50 

Bureaux, buiitjoi solid :;oak,. golden finish, 2 
tu][_ lengtli and 2 short xlrawei-s, ,fitiisl.ied 
with hra^s pttlls? and kjioMr. Colonial. sha^^^^ 
mirror, mounted on very effective standards. 
These go on special salelor fOctay. August 

. Sale Price • ._ • • S8.50 

Mattresses at August Sale 
Prices 

Best quality, puxe 

' felfMattrei^s, r..\- 
crcd in the very 

. fine quality tick< 
■ This mattress. nev- 
er goes hard or gets lumpy, sanitary in 
every respect and will wear fo"r years, and 
gives every comfort wh-^n in use equal to 
the most expensive mattress on the market. 

Single size .... . Jf5J>.00 

Three-quarter si/c 8510.00 

Full ftize , . ^11.00 



.. $1:1.75 

Ladies' Writing DesK, | August Sale Prices in the Staple Dept. 
Aug. S^e Price To- 




day, $8.95 

Ladies' Writing Desk, in gulden fin- 
ish, ■ surfaced oak, fitted ivith 
pigeon holes to hold notcpaper, 
etc., full size writing board, has 3 
drawers, iul'i Iciimh, brass dravyer 
pulls, • helf for books with 
fancy : liaped ' mirror m l")ack. 
.\".-"' ■■-->'.- . . . . : $8.05 

Writing iJesks, iiMis^hed in surfaced 
(juaricr cut golden oak; well 

equipped with receptacles for s'ta- 
.tionery, etc., large size writing 
board, full length drawer and cup- 
board beneath, coniplete with top 
book shelf and centre ^nirror. 
August Sale Price $8.95 



Embroidered Linen Runners. Si/' 
1/ X 54. iMne quality . .$1.50 

Towels and Toweling, at very 
.'^jM-cial l(iw figures. Prices thai 
will interest everybody.— . 

50 dozen Brown Cotton Turkisli 
Towels. Size 30 x 15. Racli 5c 

25 dozen Brown Cotton Turkishj 
ToWels. Si/e 36x20. T".a. 12'..<* 

Brown Cotton Turkish Towels. 
vSizc 38 X 22. 3 for '. 50<^ 

Brown Cotton Turkish Towels, 
extra heav>. Size 38 x iV 
Each '. ...... ...... 35< 

150 do/en Linen Huck Towels, 
flaipask ends and frintied/. I^'^ 
dozen $2.00 



75 dozen 
> Towels. 



Pure Linen Turkish 
\ ri_\ special. IV-r 

]vair ...... 50<^ 

50 dozen Bleached Damas'k Wash- 

_,stand Covers, 24 x 54, Each 25r' 

25 dozen White Turkish Towels. 

1 .arge size . 3oC 

15^ dozen White Turkish Towels. 

Full size and hca\v 50<^ 

50 dozen Hemstitched Damask 

Tray Cloths. N'ery special. 'Per 

dozen ............ ....$2.00 

Readymade Sheet ...... ..$1.50 

Readymade Pdlow Slip. Per 

(i(^/cn $2.10 

Grecian Bedspreads 85c 

White Turkish Towels, 2 for 25<^ 




$10.75 

Axminster Hearth Rugs 



Regular. each, $2.50. 
Regular each, $3.00. 
Regiilar each $3.50. 
Regular each $5-7.> 
Regular.each, $6.75. 



August Sale $1.90 
August -Sale $2.50 
August Sale $2.90 
Augti-st^ale $4.90 
August Sale $5.90 



Aug. Sale Japanese Mats 

Japanese Mats in a big range o,f colors 
and designs, 3 ft. .x 6 ft. Just the mats 
for bathroom or bedroom wear, clean 
and are warm to the feet when in use. 
August Sale Price 25<^ 

Jute Door Mats, fringed, at both ends, 
large variety of designs: August Sale 
L^riee .....: ..:.....25^ 

Hall Racks at $7.90 

HaU Racks,— golden finish, best bevelled 
' plate^mirror at the back, four .sets hat and 
coat hooks, fitted with umbr-el4a rack and 
1iox to hold rbbbers, etc. A genuine bar- 
gain at this price .$7.00 



Economy Jars Will Delight You 



WIDB MOUTH 
8UI 




Special Value for Today in Jomen's Tailored Blouses at $1.00 

W , ■ ..-♦,..,....-. . . i. _ .. III . I III ii u III t. iii. ^ 1 I , — ~ — " "■ ' "- ^ ■ 

Today offers a special saving for an }OvoniOT nccthng- a-Tffec; 'S^^^ 
BIou.se. These arc made of a fine lawn, tucked front, opens down front, with attach- 
ed cuffs and detachable cglTar. ALtliis^_rice_they §ho.Rlcl be cleared oiit yuickly. 




Make home canning a pleasure. No 

other jar seaJs like — keeps 

like or opens like — 



U/>e 




jJAR 



The only jar in the world 
that uses No Rubber Ring 



rmiim Tnj* mm> *»t n R. ••' Onbte 



Keeps all vegetables, fruits, meats, fish, etc., perfectly forever; no 
mold, no taint, everything keeps sweet, tasty and luscious for years 

Uting Roonomr* ii to •impl* •nd »«y; »elf-»e«lin|{, no •crew top, 
wtd« mouth, •nooth edjet, itraliJht iides, <old-Uoquered 
••nii«ry Md •btolutely airtiiht 



cap. 

Get the ▼aluable recipe booklet 
Iree with every doscn 



Order a Dozen Today 



lu'ld on Ihe main 



A. demonstration of these famous jars is luing 
floor. Conic in and let us tell yoT4 more about them. 

:-:.-PtM9', per -dozen ■'•'.■.•■. ;•. •.;•■..% ,.v -.";■■.•■ j * --i; . . .■. . i . ..'-,■ .»X»i6«> 

Quarts $1.50 

1 talf (Gallons $1.95 



hi nen Coats for 
Ladies , Special To- 
d ay at $5.75 

Plenty of time yet for on6 of 
these. They are snappy and 
smart in stvlc, excellent qual- 
ity materials, in plain shades., 
just the kind wliich comes in 
useful for both c"unt,ry.:.or. 

•ci*y-use. Some arc very" 

nicely trimmed with panels 
of lace. Others liave differ- 
ent colored cuffs and cellars, 
in blues, white and tan. To- 
day's special ...... . .Sf}5.75 

These are all, full length. 

Children's Dresses, 
Values to $6, To- 
day, $L5Q 1 

Now is your opportunity to fill 
all the little misses' ■wants, in 
tlie way of dresses. A .splisn- 
did assortment of fine Ging- 
hams, Prints ami Zephyrs are 
being offered today at a mere 
fraction of their usual worth. 
They are in small dot effects, 
stripes j^id. checks: Values 
frc'm $2/50 up to $6.00, being 
included. Today at. .Ipl.50 







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